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Ashya King’s parents speak exclusively to the Mail
Brett and Naghmeh King from Southsea, Hampshire, were told conventional radiotherapy would leave their son with ‘special needs’ which could be avoided if he rece…
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EXCLUSIVE: Cancer doctor treating Ashya King told his parents that the only treatment available on NHS would leave him with disabilities for the rest of his life
- Parents told conventional radiotheraphy would leave son with ‘special needs’
- NHS doctors ‘threatened to have couple’s parental rights removed’
- Brett and Naghmeh King say they were forced to take Ashya, 5, on the run
- Family has now secured Ashya’s treatment in a private clinic
- They say proton beam therapy has already improved Ashya’s health
PUBLISHED: 21:59, 28 September 2014 | UPDATED: 07:27, 29 September 2014
A cancer doctor treating five-year-oldAshya King admitted the only treatment available on the NHS would leave him with life-long disabilities, his parents revealed yesterday.
Brett and Naghmeh King were told conventional radiotherapy would leave their son with ‘special needs’ which could be avoided if he received pioneering treatment abroad.
admission, NHS doctors insisted they would go ahead with normal radiotherapy and threatened to have the horrified couple’s parental rights removed if they questioned the decision, the family said.
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Anguish: Brett (left) and Naghmeh King (centre) say a cancer doctor treating their five-year-old son Ashya (right) admitted to them that the only treatment available on the NHS would leave him with life-long disabilities
Speaking exclusively to the Daily Mail, Mr and Mrs King said they were forced to take their desperately ill son on the run across Europe to protect him from the devastating side effects of the NHS treatment.
The family’s plight shocked the world when the couple were arrested for child cruelty and thrown in jail while Ashya was kept under armed guard, alone in a Spanish hospital.
His brothers and sisters were banned from seeing him, and his parents said he was left ‘crying like a wounded animal through the night’ in his single bed ward.
Now reunited, the family has secured his
treatment in a private clinic and say the proton beam therapy – and their love – has already produced improvements in his health.
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