It's January 11 2021 Monday and 2:01 AM Central European Time. I just saw the news I was scared to death to face. Klay, my little hero has won the fight. I will never ever forget him, he will always be in my soul and character. Rest in peace, buddy. #ChildhoodCancer #AML #Klay #Hero #MyHero #SuperKlay #Angel #Forever2
While people were celebrating the new year all around the world despite the global pandemic, Klay's momma posted the sad news on Facebook. I've been very scared of the possibility of hearing it for a while, and unfortunately I faced it. I can't even imagine what's going on his parents' heads. Instead of having damn 2021 fun, I chose to shed tears in a miserable way, thinking about his little heart being oblivious to happenings and sent home on hospice care. It is damn unfair.
Natalia had been fighting B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) with mixed lineage leukemia (MLL) mutant gene. Her family was taking her to hospital in a daily basis because of the regular need of oxygen and platelets transfusion. Her little body had developed many heart-wrenching bruises. She lost vision on 9th December and admitted to Marshfield Children's Hospital due to cancer spread over her eyes or brain. On 13th December, she spent his last night opening Christmas
Today, I am deeply heartbroken by the news of Eislyn gaining her angel wings. Eislyn was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in November 2019 when she was one year old. Unfortunately the bone marrow transplant she received didn't work and she relapsed. She left Boston Children's to go home on hospice in July 2020. Since then she had been enjoying her unknown time left with her family, having adventures, making memories, smiling in all photos posted on Facebook. On 24th Sept