In memory of...
Miguel Joaquin Vasquez
My family:
Brothers- Luis and Ezequiel Vasquez
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Songs to Elmo\
Something special about Miguel :
Miguelito was very brave,we stayed in the hospital since he was diagnosed until two days before his death,and though he was so sick he always smiled with everyone and tried to comfort people with his beautiful expressions as if he knew or understood what was happening. Not only did he let the nurses take care of him but he also helped them, being so little(not even 2yrs) he learned how to flush his own line and other things he was very cooperative with everyone. A week after being diagnosed he had to have surgery on his head to remove a tumor and had many complications at the same time such as compartment syndrome from the tumor growing in his belly, and after being out for about 3 weeks he slowly recovered, going through each chemo was very hard on his recovery and just when he was doing so much better we find out that his cancer had come back, but even then he seemed to comfort us with his look and his smiles as if he accepted everything and understood and was happy.
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