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“He understands what’s going on,” Devin Silveira, Liam’s mother, told WABI Qisin Royale download. “He knows his treatment. He knows the prognosis somewhat.”
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Silveira said doctors predicted that Liam would not make it past April, but that he’s continued to beat the odds.
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To mark the little boy’s final chemotherapy treatment, members of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office gave him a ride to the hospital and allowed him to use their radio Time to Say Goodbye Download.
“To see how strong he is as an individual is something that I admire,” said Dan Gastia, a Bangor Police Department officer. “He’s faced a lot of adversity through this and he’s a strong individual.”