4-anyos na may stage four cancer, gumaling sa COVID-19

4-anyos na may stage four cancer, gumaling sa COVID-19

- Archie Wilks, 4, who has been battling cancer for over a year now, got infected with COVID-19 despite his family following quarantine protocols to keep him safe

- His parents Simon and Harriet told Good Morning Britain in a video interview that little Archie was able to fully recover from the virus in just six days

- The parents are overjoyed that despite a weakened immune system, Archie was able to beat the virus

- The boy was diagnosed with neuroblastoma last year and has been receiving chemotherapy and immunotherapy since then

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A 4-year-old boy named Archie Wilks, who has been battling cancer for over a year now, got infected with COVID-19 despite his family following quarantine protocols in England to keep him safe.

“We only had a community nurse visit a couple of times and some trips to the day unit where we kept away from whoever we possibly could and stayed outside. But despite all the efforts, apparently Archie was still the first child oncology patient to test positive at Addenbrooke’s and potentially in the UK. Typical of Archie,” his father Simon said, according to Metro.co.uk (authored by Harrison Jones).

Fortunately, Simon and his wife Harriet told Good Morning Britain in a video interview that their son was able to fully recover from the virus in just six days.

According to BBC, the boy was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma last year and has been receiving chemotherapy and immunotherapy since then.

The parents are overjoyed that despite a weakened immune system, Archie was able to beat the virus.

Hopefully, he will be able to beat his cancer too in the future.

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KAMI previously reported that for six consecutive days, the number of recoveries in the Philippines surpassed the number of deaths caused by COVID-19.

As of this writing, the Philippines has a total of 6,087 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The total number of recoveries so far is 516 and the death toll is 397.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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