John Cena paid an unexpected visit to a seven-year-old kid who is genuinely sick for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The WWE whiz went to see youthful chap David Castle who is battling a Wilms tumor, at his home in Tampa, Florida.
Tammy Miller, Castle’s mother, said the whiz brought her 7-year-old bunches of treats including two WWE title belts, marked T-shirts, a marked program, marked bobblehead, cap, and a portion of his armbands.
Mill operator said Castle was loaded up with energy and had tears of euphoria when he saw one of his preferred grapplers.
The unexpected visit was made conceivable by authorities with Pasco County Fire Rescue.
The little WWE fan was determined to have Wilms tumor on Oct. 25, 2019. He was taken to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in the wake of grumbling of not feeling admirably and being exceptionally worn out for a few days. Specialists detailed Castle’s disease was at that point in stage four upon determination. The tumor has just started to spread to different pieces of his body.
Mill operator revealed to News Channel 8 Castle has just experienced exceptionally excruciating tests, medical procedure, and long days and evenings at the emergency clinic. He despite everything has numerous long periods of radiation and chemotherapy to go.
The family has a GoFundMe page set up to help with Castle’s clinical costs.
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