More bad news for little Philz

Philz's tumor was diagnosed as cancerous
Philz’s tumor was diagnosed as cancerous

Tests from a preliminary surgery have confirmed the worst for five-year-old Philz Viville, who was originally diagnosed with an enlarged and growing brain tumor.

Results from the tests have shown that the tumor is cancerous and further surgery is needed, this time in France.

The bad news was relayed to teachers of the Salybia Government School, where Philz is a student, on Friday by his mother Maureen Viville, who is now in Martinique with her son.

A teacher at the school told DNO that Viville is preparing to head for France with her son for the surgery.

The teachers said although she is unaware of the cost of the surgery, financial assistance is going to be needed.

The school is planning an “Emergency Response Concert” this weekend in order to raise funds.

The concert, to be held on Sunday 25th January 2015, at the school, will feature religious, cultural and calypso performances in an effort to raise as much funds as possible.

Young Philz has been described as a “jovial, smart, out-spoken and well-mannered child.”

DNO was told that he has been comforting his mother, amid her prayers and tears, telling her that “it will be alright.”

Philz was diagnosed with the tumor last year and is presently in Martinique where he is undergoing chemotherapy.

Those who are interested in contributing to Philz’s medical treatment can do so at the Royal Bank of Canada, account number 7103369 and account name Pastor Henderson Bully, or at GoFundMe, account “Hope for Phil” by Gillen Williams, or contact the Salybia Primary School at: 266-4259.

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78 Comments

  1. Francisco Telemaque
    January 25, 2015

    Everybody is praying, but not one of the so called prayers have suggested the setting up of a fund to help his parents. Sympathy without help is no help at all. Dominican’s are famous for talking about praying, but when we pray we need to act also. A few years ago there was a gentleman from Grand Bay who had a similar issue; lots of people prayed.

    Some even collected money in his name, money he did not get, they claimed he was owing a certain hospital here in Los Angeles, they ask me to help with a donation, before I parted with my money I went to the hospital to make sure he owed for his surgery, on arriving at the hospital I was informed the man owed nothing and was out of the hospital, I sound the alarm, and suggest if someone wish to help, it would be better to send their money directly to him as I did. I can pray for the kid, nevertheless If anyone have an address for his parent, let me have it and I will send some money along with my prayer!

    • The Facts
      January 26, 2015

      It takes one person to commence. If you feel that way why do you not start one? You are not too far away to do so.

  2. sweetness
    January 25, 2015

    its so not nice to see my little cousin is sick the family is in pain and all what all you can talk about is nonsense this is not the place for this to be talked about, what does my cousin has to do with the pm and so fourth why don’t all you try to donate something to help him out when will this worls change

  3. Hercules
    January 25, 2015

    This is very saddening. I pray that this youn child’s condition will be improved, and he will grow up into a great man of God. Faith is our greatest weapon against dire odds. This young child will be victorious in his fight in Jesus name. Amen.

  4. January 24, 2015

    I personally join with thousands of other believers internationally in praying for the healing of Philz and asking God to supply every need for his family, and the entire medical team.

    We all realize a tumor in the brain is frightening. But through the years I have heard of people who have experienced miraculous healings of brain tumors by prayer. This was accomplished by the power of an unseen force beyond medical science when the doctors had said nothing could be done. We believe that force was God because it happened while “born again” people were praying “in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth”.

    We thank God for the doctors. But there are times when their best is not enough and God shows up! Usually God uses the doctors because medical science is one of His delivery systems.

    Let us unite in prayer for this precious boy and all concerned.

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    Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill…

    • January 26, 2015

      @Rev. Donald Hill January 24, 2015 “I have heard of people who have experienced miraculous healings of brain tumors by prayer”

      Rev. Hill I believe what you said above is true, because of my steadfast in God, through Jesus Christ.

      I know that if God is not with this little boy and his family, not even a “million dollars” would save his Life, that is how “weak” material help can be, without our faith and trust in God–I am hoping for the latter on behalf of Philz and his family

      By the stripes of Jesus Christ we are healed–both spiritually and physically–therefore faith is the channel by which our prayer reaches God; it is by His Will alone that material help (money) comes forth, for whatever the work to be done–regardless of how or through whom that help and work is instigated.

      • January 27, 2015

        People who are not strangers to the healing power of God through prayer please speak out.

        Thank you Liz for affirming the truth that Christ heals!

        Our Roman Catholic friends know this. The greatest miracles I have seen in my own crusade services have been in Catholic countries. I wondered why this was so. Then I realized Catholic people have been taught that God heals and miracles still happen. It was easier for them to believe! Many Protestants do not know what they believe. They say the day of miracles is past.

        I believe in a God of miracles! He is the same, yesterday, today, and for ever according to Hebrews 13:8. But the greatest miracle in the world is the salvation of the soul. This happens the moment we believe that Jesus Christ paid the penalty in full for our sins by His death on the cross and receive Him as our personal Savior. Romans 5:6-8, St, John 3:16, and Ephesians 2:8,9. I John 5:11-13, Revelation 3:20.

        Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill. International…

  5. Democracy 4 Dominica
    January 24, 2015

    My heart goes out to little Philz and his family. May God the great Physician heal his body. we pray for Gods infinite mercy on this family.

  6. Bussiness Minded
    January 24, 2015

    While the prayers are very beautiful and well meaning, can we also talk about a fund? DNO, please make a link available where we could log in and donate to the parents. Francisco Telemaque, what do you think?

  7. Think About It
    January 24, 2015

    We Dominicans do not like the truth…..There is funds for Carnival Queen,Calypso King or Queen,Creole Festival,Miss Universe,Miss Cribbean Pageant etc, where is the fund set aside for Medical Emergency especially for a child with a malignant tumor of this magnitude? This poor kid should of been at Joe Di Maggio Children Hospital in Hollywood FL or St.Jude Children hospital in Memphis TN why is that so hard to do? The Minister incharge of Health can negociate a package deal with the Hospital and things can work out very well. I tell you when Election is well and done they forget everyone that’s the part I hate the most,to get in power they will sing like a canary kiss all baby butts with poop in their pampers. Give me all the thumbs down but I speak the truth.

  8. derp
    January 24, 2015

    CBD helps reduce brain tumors according to science hope for his recovery

  9. DT.
    January 24, 2015

    My prayers are with the boy and his family I know what they are going through I lost my brother in 2003 because of brain tumour at the age of 34 so the lord be with him and help him and the family go through this terrible time Amen.

  10. Beverly Bonnie
    January 24, 2015

    May he be covered under the blood of jesus, may the angels be his comforter now and always, Amen

  11. January 24, 2015

    JAHOVAH ROPHE ..HE alone has the first and last say in the matter.
    HE is also ALPHA AND OMERGA…
    I would love to help but being so far away it’s somewhat difficult.It’s not an excuse since I really don’t trust the web one bit.
    And so little Philz..Silver and Gold have I none but such as I have give I unto you…Pray to the FATHER on your behalf that the brain tumor shrinks as if there was nothing there.
    Truly indeed as you keep telling your Mom, don’t worry you’re in the care of the main Physician. JAHOVAH ROPHE, HE the Physician above all physicians and HE dose all things well.
    I’ll continue to lift you up before the throne of the most high GOD.
    For the prayer of the righteous availeth much…
    Be strong little angel…God is watching over you…

  12. Reality
    January 24, 2015

    Dear Lord take control, You promised never to leave us nor forsake us. Little Philz is in need of You Lord. Not our will Lord but Thine will, in Jesus name and for Thy glory…Amen

  13. truth
    January 23, 2015

    It is well with your soul philz…god is gonna fix this for u.

  14. The Facts
    January 23, 2015

    This is sad news. Poor child! My heart and prayers go out to him.
    However, do not give up. Where there is life, there is always hope. God is in control. As we pray for him and his family who are faced with his illness (it is not easy for them especially his mother), I am hoping that in time he will be assisted in France.
    God is good! Lord, please help him.

  15. A Doubting Thomas
    January 23, 2015

    He is so very young, a baby really and has such a big problem, but seems courageous. I pray for his complete recovery and that the family will get all the strength they need to help each other.

  16. trolol
    January 23, 2015

    I wish the doctors good luck, it takes a lot of skill and hard work to be a brain surgeon.

  17. out of south city
    January 23, 2015

    This is very sad news. May the forces of the universe be present with this little brother now and may his parents and relatives be strong and comforted at such a time like this.

    PEACE

  18. In the name of Jesus
    January 23, 2015

    I tried to get on the gofundme account and couldn’t. I finally found it by searching the name Viville. The account name is “Hope for Philz”

  19. mine
    January 23, 2015

    Very sad Lord look over him bless all the medical staff who will be taking care of him with knowledge and wisdom to do the right thing. Lord in put this kid your your precious hand with you every thing is possible. Lord let holy spirit healing power over this child from the crown of his head to the sole of his feet by your strip he will be healed in Jesus name I pray amen.

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    January 23, 2015

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    • January 26, 2015

      Francisco:

      Thanks for sharing your knowledge of this facility.

      Even if it is not the choice of the family for Philz it is good to make this information known for others. You have done a favor for DNO readers

      I encourage all to write the information down. Then get on the internet and learn what you can about the institution, and watch for an opportunity to pass the information forward.

      Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill. International Evangelist.

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 26, 2015

        You are most welcome Sir; at least I know of one Dominican who had his surgery done in that hospital; his surgery was a very difficult one, in any event any type of surgery which involves the brain, is nothing to take lightly, therefore the best brain surgeons must be utilized. Its a pity the parents were not aware of that hospital and the services rendered.

  21. Francisco Telemaque
    January 23, 2015

    Learn to explain it as it is, because even if LIAT is expensive, it cost less than $30, 000.00 dollars for a flight to Martinique. Now if you are saying the thirty thousand dollars include payment for treatment that would be more believable. If the taxpayers of Dominica are spending money on his treatment. Why he is not in a hospital such as Cheddars-Sinai where they s8700 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, Californiapecialize in treating children with brain tumors and cancer?

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  22. Francisco Telemaque
    January 23, 2015

    When I speak lots of people in Dominica gets offended, but it is in times like these we get to see some of the ills in our country. Everybody is looking to the government to take responsibility for the medical care, and attention of this kid. though my heart aches with pain for the kid, I will affirm that government should not be totally responsible for peoples medical care.

    Personal insurance should be responsible for such care, nevertheless, we have a long time before we see such happening in our country, why because the means of paying insurance is mythical at this time. Something need to change in the country where people, and I mean the entire population can work and earn enough to take care of matters like this. There should be a medical system in to deal with emergency’s like this. of the 169 medical doctors in Dominica not one is a brain surgen!

    • Peter Potter
      January 26, 2015

      Francisco, today is not the day for talk. Today is the day for donations. I am sure you can spare $10.

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 26, 2015

        Read my last submission at the very top: as I said if I had an address where I can send my money directly to the parents, I would be happy to do so, I do not act collectively, I do what I can for anyone who have the need, and my reason for acting individually, is because I do not whish for the cream of the milk be extracted, and residue handed to the victim. I gave an example where dozens of Dominicans collected money in the name of someone from Grand Bay who was here having brain surgery. Long after he was released from the hospital they were collecting money in his name. As I stated previously, he never received a single dime of the money they collected. I assure you, if I am donating for a cause it will be more than ten ($10.00) dollars.

  23. January 23, 2015

    “Out of the depths we have cried to You, O Lord;
    Lord, hear our voice!
    Let Your ears be attentive
    To the words of our supplications” Psalm 130: 1-2

    Let us pray this with sincere faith on behalf of Philz and his family in Jesus name. Amen!

    • January 24, 2015

      Thank you Liz!

      You have reminded us that here is merit in praying the scriptures. This is a powerful form of prayer. You have also given us an excellent example of this type of prayer. I encourage DNO readers to find Psalm 130:1-2 in your Bibles and make these verses part of your prayer for little Philz.

      Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill. International Evangelist.

      • January 26, 2015

        Rev. Hill thanks to you for the commendation, I really do appreciate this.

        Praying through the Scripture–especially through the Psalms, was a practice that Holy Spirit taught me when I was very young in the Spirit–my thoughts and mind was too slow in producing the words which I needed for the certain situation

        Today I pray both ways, as I have learned to listen the words of Holy Spirit–He who guides our thoughts in prayer.

  24. January 23, 2015

    Lets all pray for this young boy. Amen :(

  25. January 23, 2015

    Lets pray 4 this young boy

  26. KLaw
    January 23, 2015

    Little Philz, my prayers and support continue. My family will be making additional donations and, though small at this time, will hope that they can help. God’s guidance. You will come through this, brave boy!

  27. huh
    January 23, 2015

    last year i experienced what it is to be in this situation, but unfailing faith is what the parents need doctors told me i am lucky my baby is alive but its God favor he can do it again i see a miracle performed he will do it for you bay i just no he will cuz you believe, the baby i was told who has brain damage and will be a vegetable is learning to creep to day God is in the miracle business i will keep praying i cant give funds cuz i am under expense for my baby still but i will pray and hold the same faith for you son God will restore just serve him and let the world know what he has done

  28. onlooker
    January 23, 2015

    my lord where are our leaders father god

  29. God is good
    January 23, 2015

    My God is able, may He provide your family with comfort, may he also provide the necessary funding for your surgery.Hang on there Philtz…God is still on the throne, He never sleeps.

  30. Black empress
    January 23, 2015

    There is nothing that God cannot do. God is able. I pray you make it through little cutie and I pray for sufficient grace that your family members will be able to go through this time. Even with all this you’re telling your mom it will be alright. God bless your little innocent heart!!

  31. Hope
    January 23, 2015

    My heart goes out to Philz and his parents. I will continue to pray for you young man and I still believe in miracles. You could be our miracle in Dominica.

  32. Fitzgerald Charles
    January 23, 2015

    My prayers are with you and the family. I have a suggestion. For persons living outside of Dominica, an easy way for us to contribute to this fund is if we could send money to a PayPal account. This way we can safely send money to an account linked via PayPal. All we would have to do is send the money to an email address associated to that account and the transaction would be instant as well.

    • me
      January 23, 2015

      I don’t feel comfortable sending $$ to an email address. To many scams these days

  33. FORKIT
    January 23, 2015

    this young man is the future of Dominica and no one should have to beg for assistance for his medicals. the government should have all his cost taken care off, if it was charlo he would be oversea already and charlo is an old hardback that make his time..
    so sad for the poor

  34. real possie
    January 23, 2015

    Oh boy this is not the news we really wanted to hear, but the good lord is in control. Am praying that he looks over you and your family because I can only feel half of what they and you are going through, keep the faith and he will see you all through.

  35. sad
    January 23, 2015

    god is in control
    i will keep him in my prays

  36. Boy
    January 23, 2015

    Father I raise this child up to you. I pray for grace. Please appoint the Angels of light and healing over your son Philz. Let your name and glory be magnified through his healing. Give us the opportunity to celebrate your glory by laying your healing hands over Philz. Numb his pain make him strong. Father We pray strength for his family . Give them the kind of faith that moves mountains . May the glory be all yours father.
    We ask in humility in the powerful name of your son Jesus.

  37. Hope
    January 23, 2015

    My Heavenly Father can do exceedingly abundantly more than I can ever ask or think of … I am asking him to help you through this Philz.

  38. dominica
    January 23, 2015

    May the Lord be with this young boy and his family, may God give them strength and healing in this time of need.

  39. prayers
    January 23, 2015

    May God’s will be done in his life. I pray for strength for his family and wisdom for the doctors who has to care for him. touch him with your healing Lord

  40. bias
    January 23, 2015

    In a country where our prime minister spent thousands on international artists. ..Mr Skerrit the cost of treatment should be peanuts to pay for this family. …..Times like this i wish i had the funds to pay the bill f the family

    • Hope
      January 23, 2015

      Why do you have to bring politics here … play your part and let others decide what they will do.

    • hate hypocrites
      January 23, 2015

      Bias Don’t you know the reason why he is in Martinique right now, is because the government paid about 30,000 for him to get their. why don’t you hush your mouth and at-least make a donation. Sunday there will be an event to raise funds for him. why don’t you go make some cup cakes and come sell. now is not the time for politics.

      • hate hypocrites
        January 23, 2015

        there not their

      • Ms. Educator
        January 23, 2015

        what hell $30,000.00?! De Prime Minister should have just foot de entire bill.

        For who he want he paying all their expenses???

        Stupes tan!!!

      • Peter Potter
        January 23, 2015

        The government? Get your facts right! It was a local charity.

    • Thanks
      January 23, 2015

      Why does everything have to be the fault of Skeritte.? Can you people stop at this lowness? A political overtone is interjected in just about everything. I pray for the little one and family. Politics in DA is like in tumor within some, so much hatred and animosity.

    • Bomboclat
      January 23, 2015

      But I don’t understand! All you obsessed with Skerrit man! Cool out! You can’t be him and will never be him! Just be yourself!

    • joe
      January 23, 2015

      Bias you people will not stop will you?? Do you have any evidence that the Artisits were actually paid, never mind even being paid by the PM?? Get the EVIDENCE that the DLP or the PM actually Paid from their own account for the Artists then i will believe you!!!

      Why do you all HATE the PM so?? I am sure the family is being helped by the same PM through a program uwp said would have cancelled immediately if they ever win the program they call ‘RED CLINIC’ where they denigrate Dominicans who seeks assistance from the public assistance program!!!!!!

      I will be contributing to this fund, am so sorry to read such a sad story, I have young children and am sick even when they catch a flu never mind this dreaded disease…… :( but he is right EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT!!!!!

      • Peter Potter
        January 23, 2015

        Shut up, you have been totally brain washed and can not think clearly anymore.

    • BEB
      January 23, 2015

      What is politics doing in this? Every election has a campaign funds, The PM raised his money for his campaign, then he should use his money for that purpose. With the kindness of his heart he can confer with his other ministers in cabinet with a view of assist that victim with funds coming from the treasury. In time like this, people should come together as one, as a God fearing people to serve a common purpose and please leave out the politics

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 23, 2015

        BED, you are far out of realism! To assume Skerrit raised thirty million dollars plus for his clamping is ludicrous. Some say thirty million, some say sixty million, in any event we are talking about millions of dollars which under normal circumstance could not come from donors in Dominica! In order for Skerrit to raise thirty million dollars in Dominica, the 70,000 people they claim exists in the country would each have to donate a total of four ($428.60) hundred twenty-eight dollars and sixty cents, in order to raise thirty million.

        I am a realist, and I know that there is no probability of that happening; he claimed his money came from friendly nations, that is a blatant lie. Ask where is the money owed to Petro Carib, you may find the answer!

    • revelations
      January 23, 2015

      You don’t have the money so shut the hell up. Mr Skerrit what???? He will do what he has to do in this matter. He has done (one million and more , and no body talks about what he does for so many. All he does goes unnoticed.) Shut up. You too bias. Shut the hell up.) Ungrateful people like you will have your day. Pm Skerrit is the greatest when it comes to helping people. If you do not yet know him, get to know him before you make stupid statements like what you just did.

      • originaljahguide
        January 24, 2015

        @revelations since you all taking the comment about the government assisting so personal. Where is king skeritt? The business of the country needs to go on. This is what you all should be telling him. I am really praying that this little angel gets better.

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 26, 2015

        Here is one for you! If all Skerrit does for people derives not from a governmental program; approved by the nations parliament, tell us where is the source of the money that he; “Skerrit,” hands out at the red clinic yo people. If you say from his salary: I would recommend you see a psychiatrists.

        If you check out the assets of Mr. Skerrit, and all of the puppets in his cabinet, if you calculate how much honest money they earn from their very first job, to all of the fifteen years they are in government you will find the total value of their assets far exceeds all of the money they earn as long as they are alive. That is easily calculated. If Skerrit was doing as much as you believe for the country, there would be more jobs in the and people like you would not bow to him for a handout. You might have a job!

    • bias
      January 23, 2015

      I see i touch a nerve of some people. ..lol….becareful our pressure go up….”Myself and Mr Skerrit both would not like to see that happen “

    • No Nonsense
      January 23, 2015

      What you’re saying bias is 100% truth.. those who are saying “why bias put politics in it”, Skerrit didn’t need to spend on a lavish campaign of an election that he knew he was going to win in anyway (He was even saying that all through the campaign). He spends lavishly and we can’t deny that.

      I hope the government assists in financing this poor lad as they are to lead as examples. I will be contributing as well and everyone should do the same if possible. The Lord has our prayers for little Philz.

    • January 23, 2015

      @Bias

      I cannot believe there are 47 people at this moment, taking side with that futile comment of yours. This is downright deplorable!!!!!!!

      I am sure that I read in the 1st news article pertaining to Philz, that the Government contributed to his situation. How is it that you did not read as well.

  41. one love
    January 23, 2015

    Bless this baby oh lord,lets all pray for the best.

  42. January 23, 2015

    Father Please send help for this child. amen

  43. I am
    January 23, 2015

    This is very very sad. I am speechless.

  44. Francisco Telemaque
    January 23, 2015

    “Results from the tests have shown the tumor is cancerous and further surgery is needed, this time in France.”

    Vomiting, is one of the first symptoms of cancer in a person body, if the quack; out of the 169 who gave the kid medication for vomiting, and fever was actually a doctor, he would have made the proper diagnosis, and the course of action taken might be different. That kid is going to die unless he is immediately sent out of the island for medical treatment, and I am not talking about sending him to a neighboring island, he need to be in a hospital here in Los Angeles which only treats kids his age and younger who has brain cancer!

    • Ms Peppers
      January 23, 2015

      Mr Telemaque, once again you have missed the boat. This article is calling on Dominicans to assist with funding of this child medical care. This is not a time for your insolent and ill-mannered comments.
      I strongly suggest that you go to gofundme website and make a tangible contribution to this child medical expenses. You may then have something to brag about on DNO.
      Until then, leave DNO for Dominicans who are concern about Dominica and its citizens who need the help of others. You have lived outside of Dominica for over 55 years, visited about 3 times in those years and contributed little or nothing to your folks worthy of mention. Please find work for your idle self and hands to do.

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 26, 2015

        Madam/Sir, Let it be known That I Francisco Telemaque never operate collectively with anybody pertaining; to donations in regards to anything be it sickness or death in Dominica! If you have a home address of his parent, and name let me have it, and I assure you I will mail directly to his parent what I can afford to give to them. Many of us Dominicans contributed to certain cause i.e., donating money to purchase something for the Secondary School in Wesley, the person who collected the money indeed spent it appropriately, however, the day the presentation was made the only name mentioned was the man who delivered the money. He took all the credit as if all of the money came from his pocket!

        About three of four years ago; and I reiterate. Someone from Grand Bay had a similar situation, Dominicans used his name collecting money, they solicit money from me, when I checked with the Hospital, the man had long had he treatment and at home recuperating, yet they claimed he owed the…

    • Zuma
      January 23, 2015

      Fran’s I have to disagree with you on that.. Even in Martinique he can survive.. The cancer treatment in controlling the disease, will depend on how much it has advanced,

      Secondly if the Doctors, realized that he will need further medical attention, which they will not be able to handle, the next option is France as Martinique is a denomination of France.

      I live in Switzerland and I have seen more people die with cancer than most people.. It is not a very good sight..

      And thirdly vomiting is NOT one of the first signs of cancer.. Eg when certain women are menstrating they do vomit.. Which Is not a sign of cancer..persons with the common flu do vomit. My son vomited as a baby when he was teething and when he had the flu. Of course I was concerned like any mother, but cancer was the last thing on mind

      Please get your facts straight before making some extravagant statements..

      You mention Los Angeles. You have not mentioned if you are prepared to assist financially.. yes

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 26, 2015

        “Martinique is a denomination of France.”

        It would be more appropriate to say Martinique is a department of France; in other words a colony of France, so too is Guadeloupe. I am not privy to the standards of medical treatment in Martinique, but I do no plenty about Cancer, and the treatment of cancer, if the cancer is combined with a tumor, I can’t see Chemotherapy, neither Radiation doing anything significant to relief him of the problem, since the tumor and the cancer has to be dealt with separately.

        The fact that he commenced vomiting, is an indication the cancer, is almost at stage (4) I pray to God it is not so; because if it is beyond stage two, his chances of survival is very slim! Let us simply hope that God allows him to survive it.

    • concerned
      January 23, 2015

      I do not know if you read carefully but so far he is already in Martinique. The kids hospital Neckker in Paris is known as the best hospital for kids. . If you think he should be in Los Angeles then finance it. Case close.

      • Francisco Telemaque
        January 26, 2015

        Maybe I would not have to personally finance it, but then again I might have been able to get him free treatment. You need to shut up you idiot, now the case is closed!

    • The Facts
      January 23, 2015

      Toronto has one, Sick Kids Hospital. They are good.
      We heard of this late. There is a non-profit organization in Toronto which helps especially children from the Caribbean and also bring them here for treatment. They also arrange fundraising. They are closed for the week-end. I will contact them on Monday.
      I am assuming that the Ontario Dominican Association is aware of his situation. I will also contact someone in authority.
      If only I were rich to assist him; probably a lottery. :) Nevertheless, all of us could send whatever we can. Numbers/amount add up.

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