NHS to fund Ashya King's treatment in Czech Republic

The NHS is to pay for five-year-old brain tumour patient Ashya King's proton beam therapy treatment in the Czech Republic.

His parents Brett and Naghemeh King sparked an international police hunt after they took their son out of Southampton General Hospital and travelled to Prague for the treatment which was not available for him on the NHS.

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Family friend says Ashya's treatment method undecided

A friend of Ashya King's parents Brett and Naghemeh says the couple have still not decided on the best treatment for their son's brain tumour.

Speaking to media outside the hospital in Malaga where five-year-old Ashya is being treated, Daniel Pask says the family are still consulting with doctors on the best way to help Ashya.

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