Freddie's Friday

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This Friday 4th November, Eagle Radio will be broadcasting a very special twelve hours of radio shows in support of two-year old Freddie Hunt, from Yateley, who is suffering with a brain tumour which is currently inoperable in the UK.
Freddie’s parents hope to take their son to the United States for potentially lifesaving proton treatment – but need to raise £100,000 to make it happen.
We met Freddie and his family on last week's breakfast show.
Freddie's mum, Abby, said every day Freddie is deteriorating:
“He his having up to 60 seizures a day where the tumour is so large it is leaning on that side of his brain... We do not want to watch and wait.”
His dad, David, said that “It has given us something else to focus on instead of the negative.”
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