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This Mother Prepared For Her Son's Death. The Story Behind Will Move You To Tears

For a mother, nothing is worse than letting a son die in front of eyes. Sacha Langton-Gilks from the UK is a brave mom who planned for the peaceful passing of her 16-year-old son who suffered from a brain tumor. 

Whatever Sacha did before the death of her son David is inspiring. 

This Mother Prepared For Her Son's Death. The Story Behind Will Move You To Tears

This Mother Prepared For Her Son's Death. The Story Behind Will Move You To Tears

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David was diagnosed with brain tumor in 2007, at the age of 11.

David was diagnosed with brain tumor in 2007, at the age of 11.

Cancer spread down his spine and later throughout his brain. He was left with critical dementia.

During the years-long treatment, David commonly known as DD had 11 brain operations.

During the years-long treatment, David commonly known as DD had 11 brain operations.

The treatment included chemotherapy, radiotherapy, stem cell transplant and blood transfusions.

Mother Sacha and the family members were left devastated knowing that DD had only a few months left.

Mother Sacha and the family members were left devastated knowing that DD had only a few months left.

Brave Sacha thought of giving her child a peaceful death. She wanted DD to spend his last moment with ease and joys.

He had no such big wishes, he just loved to hang out with his mom dad, brother and sister at home.

He had no such big wishes, he just loved to hang out with his mom dad, brother and sister at home.

In August 2012, DD was given a massive party. Despite the unbearable pain, he spent good time with family and his cat.

In August 2012, DD was given a massive party. Despite the unbearable pain, he spent good time with family and his cat.

And now Sacha runs a campaign that helps children with brain tumour.

And now Sacha runs a campaign that helps children with brain tumour.

Also the awareness towards it.

Also the awareness towards it.

If you liked Sacha's story and whatever she is doing now, you can give her a hand for the betterment of countless children around the world who are suffering from brain tumor.

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