After losing her battle to stop her son have radiotherapy for a brain tumour, Sally Roberts speaks to Daybreak as Neon makes a good recovery.
The mum hit the headlines last year when she ran away with the boy, claiming the radiotherapy doctors wanted to use to treat his brain tumour could kill him.
In January Sally told us that she was worried about the treatment affecting Neon's DNA and impacting his development, IQ and fertility. She said: "It could affect his growth and being fertile. No grandchildren's a big factor."
However, the boy had the treatment just a week later and now doctors say he's recovering well. In light of this, and new documentary You're Killing My Son: the Mum Who Went on the Run, we ask Sally whether she thinks her fight was worth it.