Boy, 11, with terminal brain cancer asks for ‘patches and prayers’ from military, law enforcement, fire communities
The family of a young boy from New York who was diagnosed earlier this year with a rare and terminal brain cancer is asking members of the military, law enforcement, EMS and firefighting communities to send along “patches and prayers” as he continues his difficult battle.
John Francis Hoague-Rivette, 11, was diagnosed in May with a grade 3 Glioma tumor on his brain stem after experiencing months of mysterious symptoms, which began with difficulty walking, talking and eating and soon escalated into seizures-like episodes that would last for nearly an hour.
How heart breaking it is to see anyone in the condition this young man is in. When you think you have it bad, think of John Francis. Even if you are not religious, take the time to think kindly of John and wish him the best.
Count your blessings.
THE GUY FELT BAD HE DIDN’T HAVE ANY SHOE UNTIL HE SAW THE PERSON WITH NO FEET.