- A British father receives massive aid after posting a heartbreaking picture of his 4-year-old daughter who is terminally.
Jessica Whelan, according to doctors only a few weeks to live. In September last year was her neuroblastoma, the most common form of childhood cancer, adopted.
Her father Andy is a hobby photographer and documents the final weeks of his beloved daughter on a Facebook page called A fight against neuroblastoma. The dark picture last Sunday he put on this blog, has thousands of people made a deep impression. 'The most difficult picture he has ever made,' as Andy called Jessica's image which leaves her face in pain.
Andy explains extensively why he shares these very personal photo. 'As a photographer, I find it important to give the truth again. The reality of a situation. Too easy capturing only the good moments in life and let's drop the pain and torture. '
He describes how powerless he and his wife felt when he took this picture. 'We could offer her no comfort and pushed us away, while the pain uitkermt. 'The parents make moments like this every day, Andy writes.
'This is the true face of cancer: my little girl who is completely paralyzed and racked with pain. '\n \n \n advertisement
Thousands of times the message was shared with the photo and geliket. From around the world come heartwarming reactions from Facebook users who sympathize with Jessica and her family. The British pop star Harry Styles responded. He wants time with Jessica Facebook Timen or record a video message for her.
Has launched a GoFundMe page to raise money to Jessica to give as pleasant as possible last stage of her life.