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THE family of a four-year-old girl with an extremely rare and aggressive childhood cancer face a race against time to raise £500,000 for life-saving treatment. Fraja Simpson has a much higher chance of survival if she fly to the United States to undergo a range of pioneering drug treatments unavailable on the NHS. Her parents have just five months to raise the money. Fraja, of Leeming, North Yorkshire, was initially diagnosed four weeks ago with neuroblastoma - a nervous system tumor.

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