U.K.'s Diss Express reports: A teenager's dreams have come true after he met global rock giants METALLICA.Attleborough High School pupil Andrew Ladell benefitted from children's charity Dreams Come True, which organized the meeting at the band's London O2 arena concert. He said: "It was a dream — they are my favorite band and I met every one of them." Andrew suffers from Crohn's Disease, a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive tract. A year ago Andrew was so ill he had to try an experimental new drug, Infliximab, to stop him wasting away. Read more from Diss Express.
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