Possible Prejudice Against Child For Life Changing Treatment

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An appeal to all - WE ONLY HAVE 7 DAYS. 

To the U.K Parliament, U.S Embassy in London, U.S Senate! Help!!

Ayden is a sweet, innocent little boy who was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy - a genetic disorder- which has meant that all his life he has been unable to stand or walk. To his parents disbelief, he was recently invited by U.S doctors to participate in a 12-month clinical trial in Florida from the 20th of July, which could stop the relentless progression of this disease. An opportunity any loving parent would grab in order to help their child's life, or at least, to ease their pain.

However, their application for a B2 medical visa was rejected yesterday by the U.S embassy in London and placed under review, which could take months! His parents are both upstanding British nationals, and have traveled frequently to the USA on ESTA's leaving little room to understand why they are being denied this precious chance to save their child, other than who they may be. They left everything here in Kenya where they had recently moved to, so they could pursue this treatment...and are devastated by the current outcome. As a story I've gotten to know more of through mutual friends, it breaks my heart. I must support them, and can only hope for the kindness of strangers. 

Please all! Lets come together and save Ayden's life! Let us get this to the right people! and help save a child's future! In number we are strong. Bless you all!



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