Ayden Brown, 3, dies from cancer; household holds '' Event of Life''.

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

The family of 3-year-old Ayden Brown is holding an Event of Life event Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas.

Ayden Brown lost his long battle with stage 4 lung cancer on Nov. 3 inning accordance with his mother.

Lindsey Licari, Ayden’s mother, validated his death in a Facebook video that was posted that night:

Today, I lost my kid. In this world, there was not one doctor, a single person that could use my kid any choices at all. And he aspirated and stopped breathing. And I attempted to do CPR and bring Ayden back. However I wasn’t able to. And they attempted once again, the hospital six times. As well as when I saw lines directly, I still knew God might still assist him. But Ayden’s body couldn’t take any longer. So today, I lost Ayden since we live in a world that does not prepare for kid cancer. And I am broken in numerous methods. But they messed with the incorrect mommy and the wrong kid. Childhood cancer will never be the very same now after Ayden. And I will never ever stop. I will never ever stop, up until you men stop letting these kids die. Because my boy fought to live. He battled his entire life. He fought his whole life to live. And you filled him with poison up until his organs could not take it any longer and his body fell apart. So you believe they took my boy and it’s not going to alter something about cancer? Then you’re wrong. Since that little young boy was my whole life. He was my whole life. And I had to watch my boy diminish away in front of my face and there was nothing I might do about it. There was absolutely nothing I might do about it no matter how much help I could get my son. No matter who I called, there was absolutely nothing I could do. However I understood if this illness was going to take Ayden, everybody worldwide would know who my son is. Everyone will know Ayden Setoshi Brown. He was three years of ages. He could inform you every planet in the solar system. He was phenomenally smart and he enjoyed me so much and I enjoyed him too. He didn’t deserve to pass away. These kids do not should have to pass away. And if I can do anything in my power, I will make certain that no mom feels how I feel today and need to put their kid in a bag.

Sunday’s memorial service will be held at MEET Las Vegas, situated at 233 S. Fourth Street, near the downtown area.

The Celebration of Life occasion will be open to the general public and start at 12 p.m. Ayden’s mom stated all are welcome to say their goodbyes to her sweet boy.

FOX5 initially shared Aden’s story and it captured hearts across the nation and amassed thousands of dollars in donations for his medical costs through GoFundMe.

The set went to Arizona for treatment. Doctors there informed them Brown had three weeks to live however he exceeded that number. They returned to Las Vegas where Licari looked into holistic and herbal medication. She received aid from a natural doctor and other mothers who went through this.

Licari stated the monetary assistance from the neighborhood paid for all their expenses in Arizona, medical equipment in their home, appointments and more.

“Ayden has actually been exceptionally blessed with support and love but there’s a great deal of households out there suffering and do not have a voice and do not have resources,” Licari said.

For more information on Brown and see how you can aid with the battle against youth cancer check out here.

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