Parents of Clapham toddler with rare disease raise money for research

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Parents of Clapham toddler with rare disease raise money for research

A toddler from Clapham is suffering from an extremely rare disorder that weakens the muscles in his body.

Rafael Cutajar is two and has Congenital Fibre Type Disproportion Myopathy, a condition so rare that only 10 people in the UK have been diagnosed with it and at the moment there is no cure.

His parents have started a crowdfunding campaign for his treatment and research into the disease

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