A brave teenager who is fighting a brain tumour is inspiring hundreds of people after raising cash for a children’s charity which helps other victims.
Fourteen-year-old Ryan Coutts was diagnosed with the tumour and hydrocephalus, which causes fluid on the brain, in November. Since then he has had three operations and chemotherapy. His final treatment of chemo being this week.
The Mill Hill School pupil and keen footballer was admitted to the brain tumour ward at Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre and the same night he was told he had the tumour, and underwent his first operation earlier this year.