Bethan Evans in hospital with Geoffrey the giraffe during her chemo treatment. See Newsteam story NTIARM; A brave six-year-old girl has made a remarkable recovery after surgeons cut off her ARM to remove a cancerous tumour – before successfully SEWING it back on. Incredibly, after Bethan Evans’ left arm was ‘temporarily’ amputated it was driven THREE miles to another hospital where specialists zapped the golf ball-sized tumour with high-doses of radiation. A team of 10 medics then sewed her arm – which had been cut off at the shoulder – back on again at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham. Bethan underwent the eight-hour procedure on July 5 last year just six months after she was struck down with Ewings Sarcoma – a rare bone and tissue cancer.

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