Norfolk girl recovers after half of brain 'switched off'


A one-year-old girl from Norfolk has had half her brain "switched off" in a pioneering operation at Great Ormond Street.

Angelina Mills was born with the rare condition Sturge-Weber syndrome which caused her to have massive seizures.

Her parents Lisa and Stephen told Look East presenter Stewart White that the operation saved her life.

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