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#Respect- See As Doctors Pay Respect At The Dying Bed Of An 11 Year Old China Boy, Why?

There are many great people in the world who do many great things, and this 11-year-old boy from Shenzhen, China was one of them.

This heartbreaking article tells of the brave Liang Yaoyi who wanted to something great before he died. The young boy who had faced much pain and suffering in his last two years had donated his organs to give life to others after his death.

The last words of a dying 11-year-old boy made all doctors bow to his body in reverence

Liang before his death said “There are many people doing great things in the world. They are great, and I want to be a great kid too.”

A final show of respect, of honor, and a final prayer as doctors bow to the body of an 11-year-old boy from China. Liang Yaoyi was only 9 years old when doctors had discovered the brain tumor that had ultimately claimed his life. The tumor came without warning. Liang had one day felt dizzy, and the next he could hardly walk.

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That was when doctors had made the fatal discovery. The last words of a dying 11-year-old boy made all doctors bow to his body in reverenceYong Liang’s Mother

After two operations, medical professionals were at a loss. They had to tell young Liang’s mother, Li Qun the grave prognosis: Liang had not long to live.

Before his death at age 11, the brave Liang insisted that his organs must be donated. He said that there are many people in the world who do great things. He wanted to be one of them.

The last words of a dying 11-year-old boy made all doctors bow to his body in reverence

A Red Cross staff member who honored Yong Liang

But Liang will always live on in the hearts and memories of all who knew him and admired him for his selflessness and compassion.

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Written by How Africa

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