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Family fundraising to help seven-year-old boy with tumour get Proton therapy treatment overseas.

PUBLISHED: 09:53 21 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:53 21 October 2018

Family's fundraising for Harry Addy. Pictures: supplied by Melanie Addy

Family's fundraising for Harry Addy. Pictures: supplied by Melanie Addy

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A family is continuing to fundraise to help pay for a boy to have specialist Proton therapy treatment overseas.

Family's fundraising for Harry Addy. Pictures: supplied by Melanie AddyFamily's fundraising for Harry Addy. Pictures: supplied by Melanie Addy

Harry Addy, from Rivermead, Stalham, has a spinal cord tumour and his family need to raise £70,000 for specialist Proton therapy treatment overseas, as it’s not available on the NHS. They have already raised £23,000.

Harry’s mother Melanie said: “We are still trying to raise awareness of Harry’s journey and highlight his justgiving page.

“We did the inflatable run - the leap of faith was awful but Daisy, Harry’s ten-year-old sister did it first, so I couldn’t not do it.

“Thanks to my team. These guys are awesome. It was a fun way to raise some awareness.”

Family's fundraising for Harry Addy. Pictures: supplied by Melanie AddyFamily's fundraising for Harry Addy. Pictures: supplied by Melanie Addy

Harry, seven, had an operation to remove the tumour and doctors have suggested he has radiotherapy treatment in the UK, but his parents want him to undergo less invasive treatment in Germany.

www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/protons-for-harry


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