The family of a little boy from Lancaster are battling to get what they say is life-saving treatment on the NHS.
Alfie Brocklebank is two has a rare condition which means he has several tumours in his brain which cause multiple seizures a day.
The treatment that he was on, has now stopped working - the drugs have become resistant and the only drug which seems to control the fits - is a cannabis based product called CBD oil.
But Alder Hey hospital have told his parents they won't fund the treatment and they're having to fund it themselves - costing several hundred pounds a month.
His mum fears that one day he may never wake up.