NO BROADCAST/ONLINE USE BEFORE 1PM. Pamela Neilson and Calvin Laidlaw who are trying to raise money to take there 2yr old son Kai Laidlaw to GOSH for a potentially life saving operation. See CENTRE PRESS story CPLEUKAEMIA; A cancer-stricken tot is facing the battle of his life as he prepares for an experimental bone marrow transplant which could save him. Two-year-old Kai has been in and out of hospital after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of blood cancer at just eight months old. The youngster suffers from infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) which has sadly caused him to lose an eye. But doctors in Scotland said they can do little more for the tot who has fought valiantly with the condition almost all of his short life. His desperate parents, Calvin Laidlaw, 49, and Pam Neilson, 38, will now take their son from Edinburgh to London for an experimental bone marrow transplant. It comes with no guarantees - but it is their only hope of saving their precious son's life.