Heartbreaking Moment Boy, Nine, Suffering With Terminal Brain Cancer Fulfills His Dream And Is Sworn In As An Honorary Police Officer

Darryl Mitai knew she had cancer and that it would kill her but she was determined to make it to her 18th birthday so she could celebrate the milestone with her twin, Dion.

In the weeks leading up to May 26 she told her mother Donna Mitai ‘she didn’t think she was going to be able to make it’ but she held on.

On her birthday she stood with her sister in their home in Perth, each posing for the camera with a set of new matching shoes. 

The rare form of kidney cancer that was causing her body to shut down couldn't stop her from living her birthday dream. 

Dion Mitai, left, and her twin sister Darryl, right, opened matching shoes on their 18th birthday, days before Darryl lost her battle with cancer

Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3623305/Matching-shoes-dinner-party-pictures-remember-moments-Twins-18-share-final-birthday-days-one-sister-dies-rare-cancer.html

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Heartbreaking Moment Boy, Nine, Suffering With Terminal Brain Cancer Fulfills His Dream And Is Sworn In As An Honorary Police Officer

Source:Daily Mail

Heartbreaking Moment Boy, Nine, Suffering With Terminal Brain Cancer Fulfills His Dream And Is Sworn In As An Honorary Police Officer

Heartbreaking Moment Boy, Nine, Suffering With Terminal Brain Cancer Fulfills His Dream And Is Sworn In As An Honorary Police Officer

Source:Daily Mail

Heartbreaking Moment Boy, Nine, Suffering With Terminal Brain Cancer Fulfills His Dream And Is Sworn In As An Honorary Police Officer