Neon’s mum should bring him to NZ and put him in the care of a publicly approved Maori healer

March 3, 2013

Spare a thought for Neon’s mum, who is still fighting against the forced treatment of her son in Britain.

She might have given the lad a better start in life by naming her boy Fred, or Harry, or Jack, or something blokey. Anything but Neon (or Electra for his sister).

It’s too late for that.

But the Kiwi mum who lost a battle to prevent the British health service giving her son radiation therapy for a brain tumour is not waving the surrender flag yet.

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