A young boy left with severe disabilities following an e.coli outbreak at a north-east nursery is recovering in hospital after having a kidney transplant on Christmas Day.
The mother of a young boy who was left blind and deaf following an e.coli outbreak at a north-east nursery is calling for greater public awareness to prevent others falling ill.
Ian Ramage, consultant nephrologist at Yorkhill Children's Hospital in Glasgow, has treated Bo since he first arrived from Aberdeenshire in May 2012.
Two years ago, he was a healthy toddler playing happily at nursery with his little friends.
For most toddlers, eating a chocolate button is the most normal thing in the world.