A young leukaemia patient has developed a passion for completing a documentary on his own life incidences and experiences with the disease struggle, before succumbing to death.
He told Nikki Macdonald about his experiences with drugs, film-making and meeting Taika Waititi.
Kurt Filiga, the young patient, said that he felt the summers for the first time this week.
The health experts have declared that his addictions and the diseases are incurable, but he is reluctant towards accepting his ultimate destiny.
His family is still living with a hope to get an alternative treatment for his cure, expecting him to mark his 21st birthday, later this year.
The doctors told that given his excessive addiction to drugs, the treatment for leukaemia lost its effectiveness on his body.
Looking ahead at his bone marrow transplant, the wannabe film-maker commenced his documentary on optimism and survival.
The film is based on audacity surpassing pessimism, relating faith and family, riches and disparity.
He went to Newtown Union Health On November 5 and he was informed that he suffered from the disease. He was then suggested to go home.
His mothe, Perise, was recommended to get garlic capsules and get his blood tests done.
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