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167 1173710 hours ago
A heart touching photo by @medicalpedia showing doctors bowing down to show their utmost respect to an 11 year old cancer patient who donated his organs! ❤
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Many children dream of being superheroes and saving those in need of help. 11-year-old Liang Y. was actually able to make an incredible difference and be a hero for others. He had been fighting brain cancer since he was 9, and surgeries and treatments were not able to eliminate the tumor.
As he neared the end, he revealed to his mother that he wanted her to donate his organs so that he could save the lives of other children. “I have seen many people doing good deeds and I think they are great. I want to be a great child too,” he reportedly told his mother. Liang passed away on June 6, and doctors were able to harvest his liver and kidneys that were successfully transplanted into others who needed them.
The medical staff with Liang at the end were very touched by his bravery and selflessness, and someone snapped a photo of them bowing three times to show their utmost respect for him.
Liang most certainly died a hero and will continue to live on through the organs he was able to donate.
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📝This is an example of a good mix of prehab work and training for healthy shoulders.
🍗We're kind of hitting everything here. We have a ton of rear delt and upper back work with the reverse flys and blackburns.
🍞We hit some shoulder stability with faster timing and reactive work for the rotator cuff. Those catches are a great challenge and kind of fun too. I'm using a 3 lb mini med ball.
🍅And then of course we hit some pressing and serratus work with the yoga push up and landmine press. If you bench press regularly, you can probably benefit from doing more of the upward rotation angled pressing motion.