Let's back Zac: Broseley youngster is special guest at Wolves - with pictures

By Ian Harvey | Telford | Health | Published:

Zac Oliver, the poorly Broseley youngster who has captured the hearts of the nation after his family raised the £500,000 needed to fund special treatment in America, was a special guest at Molineux as Wolves took on Watford.

Wolves legend Steve Bull was on hand to greet the four-year-old and his family during the Premier League encounter.

Unfortunately Wolves lost 2-0 but that didn't stop Zac making the most of the occasion.

Zac at Molineux. Photo: AMA Sports Photo Agency.

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Zac's parents, Hannah and Mark, are now making preparations to take him to Philadelphia where he can undergo CAR-T therapy unavailable on the NHS for his rare form of leukaemia, called near haploid.

They are continuing with fundraising to cover the costs of support treatment after Zac's therapy.

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By Ian Harvey

Shropshire Star Internet Editor based at the head office in Ketley, Telford


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