Neon Roberts is "as sharp as ever" after he wakes up from seven-hour operation

'I can still talk, you know': Cancer boy Neon is 'as sharp as ever' after he wakes up from seven-hour operation ordered by judge | UPDATED: 08:15 GMT, 20 December 2012 The boy who was operated on to remove a brain tumour – against the wishes of his mother – last night woke up after the seven-hour procedure and told nurses: ‘I can still talk, you know.’ Seven-year-old Neon Roberts was said to be ‘as sharp as ever’ as he recovered in hospital with his family following a judge’s decision on Tuesday to order the surgery immediately.

"My little boy"s cancer has come back" reveals runaway mum but says she is "50/50 still" on whether she will agree to him…

'My little boy's cancer has come back' reveals runaway mum but says she is '50/50 still' on whether she will agree to him having radiotherapySally Roberts, 37, sparked a nationwide hunt when she went on the run with Neon who had an operation to remove a large brain tumour in October The mother of two disappeared after a doctor told her radiotherapy was needed to ‘fry his brain’ to make sure the cancer did not return | UPDATED: 00:39 GMT, 12 December 2012 Worrying: Sally Roberts, 37, who went on the run to prevent her son being given radiotherapy revealed last night the heartbreaking news that his tumour has regrown The mother who went on the run to prevent her son being given radiotherapy revealed last night the heartbreaking news that his tumour has regrown.

I will agree to radiotherapy if my son has cancer, says mum who ran away to stop him receiving the life-saving treatment

I WILL agree to radiotherapy if my son has cancer, says mum who ran away to stop him receiving the life-saving treatment | UPDATED: 22:57 GMT, 9 December 2012 Sally Roberts, 37, at the High Court last week. She sparked a nationwide hunt when she disappeared with her seven-year-old son, who is recovering from the removal of a large brain tumour The mother who went on the run with her son to prevent him being given radiotherapy has dramatically relented – saying last night that she would allow doctors to perform the potentially life-saving treatment if his cancer had returned.