Joy as family told Cameron will get op at Leeds hospital to help him walk

Cameron Harper

Cameron Harper

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CEREBRAL palsy sufferer Cameron Harper from Castleford has been told he has been selected for NHS trials of an operation to help him walk for the first time.

The seven-year-old has been told he will have specialist Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy surgery (SDR) at Leeds General Infirmary, which is set to transform his life.

Consultant neurosurgeon Mr John Goodden, who works for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, called Cameron’s family to tell them the good news yesterday. (Wednesday July 23)


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