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Why is that girl’s mother crying?

“On 11 November 2005, Leo, our son, started his treatments against cancer at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology, in Lisbon.
On that day, our hearts were heavy – only those who go through such moments can fully comprehend our pain.

We were both looking for kind and hopeful words from doctors to help us to believe everything will be okay.

After six months of intensive treatment, we saw another child`s mother crying alone and Leo immediately asked us: “Why is that girl’s mother crying?” (more…)