As a mother of a child diagnosed with cancer, the worst part is knowing that this time you can't just fix it. one night my son was crying out in pain, telling me his back hurts, it hurts to move and it's hard to breath. I took him to the hospital and some hour in the morning the doctor told me my son had cancer. I was told that I needed to leave right away. the next afternoon my son and I were on a plan to Boston and admitted into Boston Children's hospital that night. our lives changed completed. not just my son and I, but also my whole family, my 13 year old son and 9 year old daughter stayed with my mother. I am truly grateful for all who take the time to do what they can to help children and families in situations like this. God bless all.
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