Parents would sell their home to pay for daughter’s treatment
A Congleton mother who needs urgent cancer treatment abroad said it was “heartbreaking” that her parents might sell their house to meet the fundraising target.
Emma Baldwin, (38), of St John’s Road, has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer that has spread to her lymph nodes. There is no cure available on the NHS.
However, the private Hallwang Clinic, in Dornstetten, Germany, offers immunotherapy treatment which could extend her life.
The Hope4Em charity, launched by family and friends, set a fundraising target of £100,000 for the treatment so Mrs Baldwin can see her seven-year-old son Dylan grow up.
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