A very special little boy in my life needs lots of help and support. In December 2014 Zac Narey wasn't himself and his parents Faith and Scott took him along to his local GP. They were advised to take him straight to Yorkhill Hospital in Glasgow, where a number of tests were performed, which initially indicated kidney failure. Zac was immediately admitted to hospital for treatment and further tests.
Unfortunately the diagnosis proved to be devestating, Zac had a very large cancerous tumour known as Embroyonal Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare sort tissue cancer in his bladder which was also causing his kidneys to fail. Zac was only 18 months at the time and he has remained in Yorkhill ever since undergoing Chemotherapy.
Zac has been approved for a pioneering type or radiotherapy called proton beam therapy, which will necessitate him travelling to Oklahoma City in the USA, as unfortunately this treatment is not currently available in the UK. He may also require major surgery with the possibility of the removal of his bladder and prostate.
Although the Proton beam therapy is funded by the NHS your kind donations will allow the family to travel together and remain in the US while Zac undergoes his treatment and help provide for Zacs future care.
Cancer is still the biggest killer of children under the age of 14 in the UK. We need all the help we can get to ensure Zac gets the treatment he deserves and hopefully aid a full and speedy recovery.
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