Brave 3-year-old boy with leukaemia in China encourages girl in next bed

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Brave 3-year-old boy with leukaemia in China encourages girl in next bed” – below is their description.

A three-year-old boy in China encouraged a girl who had to shave her head before chemotherapy. Nuoyi was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in October 2021 and has been undergoing treatment in hospital since. Although he also cried when he had his hair shaved off three months ago, he has become more mature and even comforts others now.

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