“Mom brought home a gift to share with you.”
Sitting on a hospital bed with her hair almost completely lost, cancer patient Pham Ngoc Kha Ngan (6 years old) is temporarily forgetting the pain of leukemia.
Hands opening each gift in a newly announced bag. Youth As a gift, Kha Ngan set aside the milk and cake, then grabbed the lantern and gave it to his mother, saying, “Bring it back to me”.
Ngan’s younger brother Ba Ria – is living with his grandmother in Vung Tau. Seeing that her mother did not answer, the little girl repeated it again, afraid that her mother would forget. Ngan kept only milk, cake and a small box of crayons for himself.
Most of the time during hospital treatment, gifts become the warmest comfort you get. And parents also feel lighter seeing the smile on their children’s faces.
Referring to the illness of Nguyen Thao Vi’s daughter, Ms. Nguyen Thi Diep (from CA Maui) had tears in her eyes. The 2-year-old girl is developmentally delayed and has recently been diagnosed with leukemia.
From the countryside, she took her child to the city for treatment, and left her work unfinished, while Y’s father worked as a mason’s assistant with an unstable salary.
“V is sick but still reacts to toys and likes them very much. This is the first Mid-Autumn Festival gift she has received,” Ms. Deep said and smiled at her baby.
hope the love keeps spreading
Attending the gift-giving ceremony, specialist doctor II Nguyen Tran Nam, deputy director of Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Hospital, thanked the newspaper. Youth And beneficiaries came to the hospital to support child cancer patients with gifts and money.
Mr Nam said the gifts helped child cancer patients celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, which also spread the spirit of sharing among many people in the community.
Actress Hong Anh and beauty Kha Chi (Top 20 of Miss Humanity Vietnam 2023) participated in the gift-giving tour this morning. Both became emotional while sharing the difficult situations with children suffering from cancer.
“It gives Hong Anh a confidence in life and a good thinking. No matter what the situation is, I still have to be optimistic. From now on, I appreciate what I have. I value my health , I complain less, get more done.” Contribute more,” said Hong Anh.
I am waiting for the show thu’s dream The community has always continued to maintain a spiritual connection with child cancer patients.
Kha Chi said the moment when the children received the gifts but were still holding the infusion in their hands was the image that most affected her.
Kha Chi confides, “Even if they have a serious illness, children always show optimism and carelessness. I am grateful that I can be there to give children meaningful things.”
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