Monday , April 12 2021

Jarred Thompson's cancer patient dies after being removed from Fiji



Patient Jarred Thompson, who was extinct in Fiji before being flown back to New Zealand, died.

His friend, Thomas Brook, posted on Facebook that Thompson, a 27-year-old, from Napier, died during the early hours of Wednesday morning.

"For friends, friends, friends, family, supporters and those who have yet to be touched by the life of this young man, our brother, father, son, cousin, relative and incredible friend Jarred Cole Thompson have made his transfer from this life, to the next, "Brook wrote.

Napier Jarred Thompson, who had been fighting with cancer, fell sick during a trip to Fiji. He died on Wednesday.

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Napier Jarred Thompson, who had been fighting with cancer, fell sick during a trip to Fiji. He died on Wednesday.

"Jarred was in the comfort of his family home in Taupō since Saturday, surrounded by his loving family and charitable friends to the end."

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Thompson was taken to Auckland Hospital after the public helped raise more than $ 35,000 to bring home. The goal was $ 27,000.

Jarred Thompson, who lives in Napier (the second left), who had been fighting with cancer, felt ill during a trip to Fiji, with a friend of Thomas Brook (right) in Fiji.

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Jarred Thompson, who lives in Napier (the second left), who had been fighting with cancer, felt ill during a trip to Fiji, with a friend of Thomas Brook (right) in Fiji.

Thompson's journey to Fiji was planned a year ago, just before he was diagnosed with the fatty cancer. Then, the cancer spreads into lungs and liver.

Part of the proposed monthly holidays attended a welfare camp, which had hoped that Thompson would improve her health.

Thompson returned home from Fiji after raising public funds.

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Thompson returned home from Fiji after raising public funds.

But suffering from headaches and feeling sick few days after the camp. Thompson started vomiting and losing his speech before he was taken to Fiji hospital.

Brook said he wanted to thank everyone who was "touched not only the life of this man, but touched him".

"We came together in unity to give a little and achieve something beautiful. Because of your love, we had Jarred at home and the heart of my heart, thanks to you. Thank you for the time gift you gave to Jarred and family and friends."

Thompson draws & # 39; shaka & # 39; in Fiji.

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Thompson draws & # 39; shaka & # 39; in Fiji.

The Givealittle page was replaced instead of the news about the death of Thompson, Brook said.

Money would go towards anyone who wanted to support the family of Thompson, especially his mother and daughter.


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