in two months, Jane He was diagnosed with a high-grade glioma, a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer.
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“We started asking, ‘Is there a way to stop this?,'” hole Told the people “If not, how much time do we have?” The conversation quickly turned to, ‘How can we give her the best life possible for the time that she has?’ It could be weeks, it could be months, it could be years.”
“We were negotiating quality of life,” he said. “We could have had the existence where he had to be in the hospital, connected to machines the rest of the time.”
“From someone who’s had to deal with chemotherapy before, I know the pain. To see what happens to a 2-month-old, I didn’t want to. I didn’t want him to suffer, Nick said. If you don’t know, hole have lupus And has himself undergone chemotherapy in the past.
hole then continued that he and alyssa Decided to keep my son “as happy as possible” in his final months.
“He was gasping for air,” hole said. “We woke up, and he wouldn’t be breathing for maybe five to 10 seconds at a time, and then he let out a big gasp. You can see that it scared him. It was the scariest thing I ever experienced has done.”
our constant thoughts are together alyssa And hole And during this his loved ones.