The hearty words of the five-year-old who died in my mother's arms: "Mom, I'm sorry"

Schofield, 24, added how she wanted you to remember well how he looked. Image: Facebook

London – A boy with cancer died in the arms of his mother and told her, "Mom, I'm sorry about that."

Charlie Proctor needed hepatic transplant after being diagnosed with a rare tumor in 2016.

But despite £ 850,000 (about 16 million) complaints about financing treatment in the US, five years old lost his battle on Friday.

Mother Amber Schofield said that her son became "sad, tired, tired and depressed" in the last days and his main words were: "I do not know what to do anymore." In a fatal Web site before she died, she wrote: "Charlie suddenly turned to me and said in the most quiet, wrinkled voice:" Mom, I'm sorry about that. "

"He's sorry he wanted to move again, and he had to feel that he had to apologize for it." My heart revealed to me! Looking at how it has deteriorated, it's the most painful thing ever will feel. I'd rather have angels take it a few weeks ago before he suffered more. "

24-year-old Schofield added how she wanted to remember how you looked at how he was shy, how funny, how horrible it is because now Charlie is not one of them. "A brave puppy is undergoing chemotherapy with hepatoblastoma after a diagnosis – a rare childhood tumor of the liver.

But experts told Schofield and Charlie's father Ben Proctor that the NHS would do no more for him after cancer spread to the lungs.

Friends and family tried to raise more than 855,000 pounds to send their adolescents to America for emergency treatment. Almost £ 360,000 was set to help Charlie, including a donation of 10,000 American singers Pink.

However, they had to abandon their efforts after the doctors said that it had gotten worse.

Last month, the family was told that Charlie had only two more weeks to live and make his sixth birthday. He was happy to have always celebrated the milestone that relatives had gathered that the baby's birthday was full six months earlier.

Only three weeks later he died. On Saturday, Schofield from Akrington in Lancashire published a picture of his little boy with angelic wings. She wrote: "Last night at 23:14, my best friend, my world, Charlie, he finally breathed. He fell asleep in my arms with his father's arms wrapped around us. Charlie, you gave me the chance to be your mom.

"You were not only our greatest inspiration, but you were the inspiration for thousands of people all over the world."

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