Parents Wore Superhero Costumes For Son’s Cancer Treatment

Superheroes have been around for a long time. Not just in in-terms of entertainment, but these iconic beings can also provide you hope and positivity.

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In Texas, A family wore comic costumes of Superman, Batman, Catwoman, Captain America to make their son feel better during his cancer treatment, and here’s everything we know about it.

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According to CBS Austin, The three-year-old Leone is diagnosed with leukemia in July 2021.

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Recently, It was reported that the young boy has entered the third stage of cancer and is receiving a lot of medication and physical treatments.

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Parents Natalia and Dario Hernandez wore superhero costumes on every visit to lift Leone’s spirits.

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Here’s what Natalia said about her son’s situation.

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“I don't think anybody would believe that your children will have something like that until that happens.”

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She added, “We couldn't believe we had a kid with cancer and that was a really big struggle. We couldn't accept it.”

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She further said, “That's what you have to show them. This way, they can lead and see by example and be happy and proud of having family who will fight for them.”

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Not just this kid but seeing mere children suffer is just too cruel.

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Really proud of what his parents are doing here. We hope that Leone gets cured of leukemia and leads a peaceful, happy life.

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