Five-year-old meets anonymous donor who cured him | Humankind

Five-year-old meets anonymous donor who cured him | Humankind 1

 

Listen to the first words this little boy says to woman who cured him of a life of hospital visits. 🥰
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Nicholas started receiving life-saving blood transfusions when he was only six weeks old. Thanks to his anonymous stem cell donor, that life is now behind him .

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23 Comments on "Five-year-old meets anonymous donor who cured him | Humankind"

  1. Marvelous Child

  2. Almost Makes Me Wanna Cry There’s Good People In The World You Just Need To Fond Them

  3. Susana Chhetri | December 2, 2020 at 3:35 PM | Reply

    She’s an angel in the earth 🌎 💖

  4. Jess, you are a hero!!

  5. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  6. 👍❤️👍 great 👍

  7. My heart just went mealting 🥺

  8. Thanks for making me cry, it stung my eyes badly haha.
    What an amazing, incredible story! I’m so happy this little boy could be & was cured!! ♡♡♡

  9. Its things like this that’s restores my faith in humanity. Much love to Nicholas and Jess. What a great, kind, caring human being u r Jess thank you for being there for Nicholas. Blwssing to u. The kind of Heroes we don’t hear about often. ❤❤❤

  10. Knight Alderman | December 2, 2020 at 4:59 PM | Reply

    Not anonymous is it.

    • @Knight Alderman, The family can write a letter, to the hospital, asking the donor if they can contact them. It is the Donor’s choice, so yes, it is anonymous.

    • Knight Alderman | December 3, 2020 at 3:00 AM | Reply

      @Trollslayer right so if the donor contacts them it’s no longer anonymous.

  11. Bruh, ppl still be disliking videos like these

  12. Keep thanking God 🙏 for good people in this world and I’m happy seeing this today..

  13. Where is the anonymity here?

    • @John Muthan, The family can write a letter, to the hospital, asking the donor if they can contact them. It is the Donor’s choice, so yes, it is anonymous.

  14. Who’s cutting onions here?

  15. Fabulous story, this is what Americans do and those who don’t, should do.

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