Girl Rejected For Operation

A mother is desperately trying to raise a quarter of a MILLION pounds for an operation in the US after her daughter was turned down for a life-saving op on the NHS. Joe-Anne Neeson needs the cash to send three-year-old Caoimhe to the US for cancer treatment that isn’t available in the UK and could help prolong her life. Caoimhe was diagnosed with a fast-growing, malignant brain tumour three months after becoming unwell.

A mother is desperately trying to raise a quarter of a MILLION pounds for an operation in the US after her daughter was turned down for a life-saving op on the NHS. Joe-Anne Neeson needs the cash to send three-year-old Caoimhe to the US for cancer treatment that isn't available in the UK and could help prolong her life. Caoimhe was diagnosed with a fast-growing, malignant brain tumour three months after becoming unwell.

A mother is desperately trying to raise a quarter of a MILLION pounds for an operation in the US after her daughter was turned down for a life-saving op on the NHS. Joe-Anne Neeson needs the cash to send three-year-old Caoimhe to the US for cancer treatment that isn't available in the UK and could help prolong her life. Caoimhe was diagnosed with a fast-growing, malignant brain tumour three months after becoming unwell.

A mother is desperately trying to raise a quarter of a MILLION pounds for an operation in the US after her daughter was turned down for a life-saving op on the NHS. Joe-Anne Neeson needs the cash to send three-year-old Caoimhe to the US for cancer treatment that isn't available in the UK and could help prolong her life. Caoimhe was diagnosed with a fast-growing, malignant brain tumour three months after becoming unwell.

A mother is desperately trying to raise a quarter of a MILLION pounds for an operation in the US after her daughter was turned down for a life-saving op on the NHS. Joe-Anne Neeson needs the cash to send three-year-old Caoimhe to the US for cancer treatment that isn't available in the UK and could help prolong her life. Caoimhe was diagnosed with a fast-growing, malignant brain tumour three months after becoming unwell.