Good news for Laura continues…

A year ago young mum Laura Hymas and her husband Ben were in despair. She had just been diagnosed with a brain tumour and doctors in this country had said there was little they could do.

Mum Laura with son Jacob

But the couple could not believe nothing really could be done and after a search they discovered a clinic in the States that could help.
The treatment was controversial and some critics claimed it would be a waste of time – but they launched an amazing fund-raising drive. And through an enormously successful Twitter and Facebook campaign – as well as coming to Featureworld, which got their story into the DAILY MIRROR and BELLA magazine – they managed to raise the thousands needed for the treatment.
So it’s heartening to read on their blog, Hope For Laura, that Laura’s recent brain scan shows the tumour has now reduced to what GPs believe is a small cavity.

In the latest April update, husband Ben writes: “Laura’s feeling really good apart from a sinus infection which is unrelated to the tumour or medication, so the plan for now is to just keep going and continue the daily doses of antineoplaston medication!

We wanted to thank everyone for recent events and future fundraising efforts being made to keep Laura on this treatment because it is working so well for her!”

Click on the photo above to read Ben’s latest blog…

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Alison Smith-Squire

Alison Smith-Squire is a writer, journalist and media agent selling exclusive real life stories to newspapers, magazines and TV. She owns the sell my story website Featureworld.co.uk, which was set up to help ordinary people sell their stories to the press.

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