Daryl Allinson goes to school for the first time in a year
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Daryl Allinson returns to school after second cancer op

A Somerset teenager whose potentially life saving bone marrow transplant had to be funded by public donation has gone back to school.

Daryl Allinson, from Frome, had his first transplant in 2015 and when his rare form of leukaemia, returned a year later the NHS turned down funding for a second operation.

At that time his family was told he had months to live.