Prague’s Proton Therapy Centre announced on Wednesday it had received the medical documentation of UK cancer patient Ashya King from a UK hospital, and was now ready to treat him. The five-year-old English boy, who suffers from a brain tumour, was last week removed from a hospital in Southampton by his parents and taken to Spain. His parents had earlier applied for him to receive treatment at the Prague clinic which however said they could not start treating him without the medical notes.
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