Irfon Williams with his two young sons
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Irfon Williams's cancer drug fight 'degrading'

A cancer patient has described his fight for a potential life-extending drug as "degrading" as he moves to England to get treatment.

Irfon Williams, 44, has bowel cancer and experts say he may benefit from the drug Cetuximab, which is not routinely available on the NHS in Wales.

A bid to get the treatment funded in north Wales was rejected.

Instead, Mr Williams, from Bangor, will now get the drug by living with relatives in north-west England.

  • 03 Mar
  • From the section Wales
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