The parents of a five year old girl with cancer are facing a race against time. They want to raise £500,000 to take her to America for treatment she cannot receive here.
Fraja Simpson was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in January. Her parents say she has a better chance of surviving the disease, which affects the nervous system, if they can get her to the States.
Claire Montgomery reports from North Yorkshire:
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