Three year old Corey Ashcroft from Lancashire is conquering cancer. His parents paid 250 thousand pounds to try to save his life after a huge fundraising effort to send him for treatment in America. Today the family returned happy, and hopeful. Ben Schofield met them when they touched down:
A three-year-old boy from Eccleston in Lancashire has returned home after having potentially lifesaving cancer treatment in America. Corey Ashcroft's family raised £250,000 to send him to hospital in Philadelphia. Ben Schofield met them when they touched down in Manchester.
Three-year-old Corey Ashcrtoft from Eccleston, Lancashire, has returned home after spending six months getting treatment for cancer in America. Read the full story here.
Corey Ashcroft is coming home in remission after being diagnosed with neuroblastoma a year ago.
His parents raised £250,000 in just 12 weeks to send him to the US for treatment.
Corey Ashcroft, 3, has been in America for six months getting cancer treatment.
But today he is due to fly back into the North West.
His American doctors say he's now in remission.