A ten-year-old girl has died after the pandemic prevented her from traveling to the United States for medical trials. Eva Williams was scheduled to fly to New York in April last year, but travel restrictions have been put in place. Her family managed to raise more than £ 300,000 in hopes of securing private treatment for Eva, but they announced that she died on Friday. Eva suffered from a rare high-grade diffuse pontine glioma brain tumor. She was diagnosed after complaining of dizziness and blurred vision in December 2019 and eventually a CT scan at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool revealed a lump on her brain. Eva lived with her parents in Wrexham, North Wales. Her father, Paul Slapa, 35, described her as the “most caring and loving daughter.” He said: “Over the past week, Eva had lost the ability to speak, eat and swallow fluids, and she suffered more than any child ever should have suffered.” Watching her fight every day was heartbreaking. “Eva is an inspiration to many, certainly to me, and I can’t begin to imagine how we’re going to move forward from here.” Every part of us is suffering and I don’t see how that can change, “Boris Johnson said. The government would” look into whatever we can do to support their travel arrangements “after Wreham MP Sarah Atherton raised the case during the Prime Minister’s Questions in July. However, her father and mother Carran Williams say her cancer had progressed too far this summer to be accepted for treatment in the trial.
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