Canadians fly singer to London for experimental cancer curemain
The opera and musicals singer Gregory Cross has been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. He has been given eight months to live.
His only hope is an experimental form of cancer surgery called IRE (Irreversible Electroporation/NanoKnife), which uses electrical impulses to shrink tumours and is being developed in the UK and Germany.
Friends are raising funds in an effort to fly him next week to the UK. He is still $28,000 short.
You can help here.