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Some British parents are taking their children to the US to receive a three-drug treatment for neuroblastoma, a cancer that affects around 100 children a year in the UK. The NHS is reportedly refusing to fund a treatment for one of the most common cancers suffered by children. European regulators are still evaluating the efficacy of a three-drug treatment that has been shown to reduce deaths from neuroblastoma by a quarter. At least 45 families with children suffering from the disease are appealing to the public for funding for the drugs, which are available in the US.