Raising Money For Alternative Treatments For A Five Year Old Girl


Last May a family in Southampton received devastating news on their daughter. At five years old Zoe D was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma. It’s the second most common brain tumour in children. Doctors told Zoe’s parents that she may only live for another two years. Along with family and friends they are trying raise money to help her through her treatment. Our reporter Kirstie Chambers has more.