With the entry of spring in the following days and the heat that already looms in the city of Coatzacoalcos for a few weeks our champions give the fight to enlist very early in their places of origin. Sometimes they makes a long trip, meanwhile already in the hospital they wait for their appointment and then their parents wait for them so there is always time to do some activities both outside and inside the chemo or hospital room.
Usually in ambulatory chemotherapy they watch television, watch movies, read, weabe, watch their tablets, play games
In the hospitalization they are accompanied by one of their parents or relatives, who also share games with them. In the hospitalization they are accompanied by one of their parents or relatives, who also share with them games and conversations
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