Ayden Brown, 3, dies in fight with cancer

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

After a long battle with stage 4 lung cancer, three-year-old Ayden Brown of Las Vegas passed away Friday, according to his mom.

Ayden’s mom Lindsey Licari verified his death in a Facebook live video published Friday at 7:18 p.m.

Today, I lost my kid. In this world, there was not one doctor, someone that might use my kid any options at all. And he aspirated and stopped breathing. And I attempted to do CPR and bring Ayden back. But I wasn’t able to. And they tried once again, the health center six times. As well as when I saw lines directly, I still knew God could still help him. But Ayden’s body couldn’t take anymore. So today, I lost Ayden since we live in a world that doesn’t prepare for child cancer. And I am broken in so many ways. But they tinkered the wrong mommy and the incorrect kid. Youth cancer will never be the exact same now after Ayden. And I will never ever stop. I will never ever stop, till you men stop letting these kids pass away. Due to the fact that my kid battled to live. He battled his whole life. He fought his whole life to live. And you filled him with toxin up until his organs couldn’t take it any longer and his body broke down. So you think they took my son and it’s not going to alter something about cancer? Then you’re incorrect. Because that little boy was my whole life. He was my whole life. And I had to enjoy my kid dwindle away in front of my face and there was absolutely nothing I could do about it. There was absolutely nothing I could do about it no matter how much assistance I might get my boy. No matter who I called, there was absolutely nothing I might do. However I knew if this disease was going to take Ayden, everyone in the world would know who my kid is. Everyone will know Ayden Setoshi Brown. He was 3 years old. He could inform you every planet in the solar system. He was extremely smart and he liked me so much and I enjoyed him too. He didn’t be worthy of to pass away. These kids don’t be worthy of to die. And if I can do anything in my power, I will make sure that no mom feels how I feel today and have to put their kid in a bag.

In Aug., FOX5 first shared the story of Ayden Brown and it recorded nationwide attention, and contributions on a GoFundMe pagereached $258,840 as of Nov. 3 to cover his medical expenditures.

Ayden was treated in Arizona when doctors provided him 3 weeks to live, however he battled and exceeded that number.

“We were told that his growths had progressed so far that it was pushing versus his heart which was developing fluid and no longer made him a prospect for any trial or surgery or radiation,” Licari said in late Oct.

Licari and Ayden returned to Las Vegas and she began investigating holistic and organic medicine.

“Help gathered from every way you can think of and we got assistance from a herbal doctor in addition to other mothers who have actually gone through this,” Licari had said.

The financial support from the neighborhood paid for all their expenses in Arizona, medical equipment in their house, appointments and a lot more, she said.

“To have the resources that were provided to us, it made it simpler, and now we can pay our lease. I can stick with Ayden,” she had actually stated.

Licari stated she felt called to help other households going through the exact same thing.

“Ayden is a bad case and he’s been remarkably blessed with support and love however there’s a great deal of families besides me and Ayden too that are out there suffering and do not have a voice and don’t have resources. A minimum of your requirements need to not be a worry while you defend your kids,” she stated.

To learn more about Ayden’s journey and find out more about the foundation in Ayden’s name, go to AydensArmyofAngels.org.

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