By Ryan Bridge
Imagine going to bed every night praying your child will be alive when you wake up.
That's the reality for Wellington woman Kim Symonds, whose son Ashton has a severe form of epilepsy.
He hasn't had a day free of seizures in over a year.
But there's a revolutionary diet that's got a good chance of giving Ashton a more normal life.
The problem is, Kim's been told Ashton will have to wait years to get the treatment, and that kids in Auckland can get it much faster.
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