A mother from Devon has lost her fight to stop her son having radiotherapy treatment for cancer. Sally Roberts is worried her son could suffer long-term harm and she wants him to have alternative treatment.
But this afternoon a High Court judge ruled Neon Roberts should have radiotherapy to treat his brain tumour.
The judge said Neon's mother has been through a terrible time and added that this is every parent's nightmare, but he added he feared her judgement had gone awry.
Jonathan Gibson reports:
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