The family of a terminally ill man are trying to raise thousands of pounds for a drug that could give him precious extra months to live.
Adam Cattermole, 36, from Littleover in Derby, discovered he had terminal bowel cancer after going to A&E with stomach cramps.
Despite having a tumour removed from bowel, that was the size of an apple, doctors have told him he will never be cured.
The father of three and his wife Emma say their cancer specialist at the Royal Derby Hospital told them that a drug called Avastin would be the best way to keep him alive.
The drug isn't free on the NHS because of questions over its effectiveness and value for money.
The couple will have to raise £20,000 for every course of the drug, which could amount to more than £400,000 by the time the full treatment is finished.
Adam's family have raised almost £50,000 for his treatment on a crowdfunding page.
The couple will have to raise £20,000 for every course of the drug, which could amount to more than £400,000 by the time the full treatment is completed.