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Baby Oliver has one of world's rarest heart conditions

Oliver's parents monitor his heart rate four or five times a day

A couple from Wantage in Oxfordshire are trying to raise £200,000 to save their baby son's life.

Eighteen-week-old Oliver Cameron was born with a rare and deadly heart tumour called a Cardiac Fibroma. The condition is so rare that only 200 people in the world have been diagnosed with it.

Oliver's parents say his only hope is surgery in the United States of America, since the treatment is not available here on the NHS. There have been a number of cases at the Boston Children's Hospital. However the surgery and the associated costs will be expensive. The family have started a crowdfunding webpage online.

In the report, Mel Bloor spoke to Oliver's mother, Lydia Cameron, about the condition and how it is affecting her baby son's life.