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BABY BOY IS RUSHED 3,000 MILES TO THE US FOR EMERGENCY SURGERY TO SAVE HIS SIGHT - AFTER THE NHS REFUSED TO OPERATE ON A TUMOUR GROWING OVER HIS EYE
A baby boy was rushed 3,000 miles to the US for emergency surgery to save his sight - after NHS doctors didn't operate on a tumour growing over his eye. Oliver Francis, seven months, was born nine weeks premature and developed a capillary haemangioma while in hospital.