Mother has ‘no regrets’ over taking dying son to Mexico



The mother of a terminally ill eight-year-old who died on Tuesday has said she has “no regrets” about taking him to Mexico for treatment.
Jennifer Ure Stewart told the Scotsman that the nine trips to the Monterrey Vale Clinic where her son Luke received 14 sets of treatment for an aggressive brain tumour known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Giloma (DIPG), had prolonged the youngster’s life by around a year.
Mrs Ure Stewart from Tranent, plans to continue her campaign for funding to be made available to research a cure for DIPG and said it’s her dream to build a hospice in East Lothian to... read more

 
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