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June12, 2012, in a hospital in Hangzhou, 16-year-old teenager Wang Chongchong told his parents in tears that if his illness won't be cured, he wants to donate all of his organs. It's been two years since lymph tumors were found in his body. Now the cancer has developped into the advanced stage for lack of money.
Lying on a bed in the hospital, Wang's as pale as the sheet. He's too fragile to move. The chemotherapy has taken almost all of his hair. As they had spent all savings, they had no choice but suspend the treatment. In as short as two months, his weight shrunk to over 20 kilos. If you lay your eyes on him, your heart would sink.
At present, his lower part of his boby has paralylled.
"I searched some info with my phone about my illness and conditions, I know that I couldn't be possibly cured. If I'll have to die, I wish to see patients like me can have my help. My body will be the only thing left after I'm gone. To do so, at least some parts of me can be still 'living' in this world---" Wang Chongchong was too sad to finish his words.
Coming to Hangzhou is the toughest decision that his parents have ever made. Their used-to-be brave son brought up to them that he wanted to see Xihu lake for one more time, because he said that it would probably his last time. On June6, with more than 2,000yuan in their pocket after selling wheats, they took him to Hangzhou.