Joy for Bradley Lowery’s mum as lifesaving cancer treatment made available on NHS

The mum of much-missed youngster Bradley Lowery is celebrating a campaign win after a life-saving cancer treatment was approved for use on the NHS.
Gemma Lowery met then Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt in May to appeal for dinutuximab beta to be made available on the NHS.
She credits the antibody treatment with extending the life of Bradley, who received it while he was battling neuroblastoma.
Gemma has since battled to make it available on the NHS, and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has now recommended that it should be used to treat children with the disease on... read more

12 July 2018 in Regional North East, Views: 53

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