If life was perfect, children would never have to go through the pain of suffering from a disease like cancer. But, sometimes it seems that children themselves know how to handle their problem in the best way possible.
The emotional story of five-year-old Bella and seven-year-old Addison is something similar. Diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma, a relatively common cancer in children, both these children first met during their treatment at Children's Hospital in Aurora, Colorado. They have since then, been inseparable, so much so that they refer to each other as their soul-mates.
The chastity and purity of the relationship both of them share has actually helped them in combating the lethal disease they suffer from. The children undergo chemotherapy sessions together so that each one of them has their support and comfort during the painful tests and treatments.
Inspired by their amazing bond and friendship The Make-a-Wish Foundation said that once both their treatments are over, they will send Addison, Bella and their families to Disney Resort. While Bella will be done with her treatment in June, Addison still has a year to go.
The adorable kids have actually provided us with a completely new definition of a relation we know as friendship. As Addison says: “If it’s one of your worst feared places, make friends, and it will be your favorite” and that is exactly what he did.
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