A 21 year old with Cystic Fibrosis says he is being denied a drug which could allow him to live a normal life.
David Noonan, from Coventry, currently has to take fifty tablets a day and have two hours of physio to keep his lungs stable.
His life threatening condition means his lungs clog up with a sticky mucus. There is no cure but there is a drug which could help improve the Nottingham Trent Student's lung function, called Kalydeco.
But Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham refused David the drug - even though it was being offered for free on a temporary basis by the drug company, as part of a clinical trial.
David's mother EIaine has to take David to his regular hospital appointments.
The drug costs £182,000 per patient per year. But the results have been so positive the CF Trust is campaigning for Kalydeco to be made freely available on the NHS.