This is the heart-breaking moment a little girl offers to donate her bone marrow to her seriously ill younger brother, not knowing the fact that their parents won’t be able to save the boy due to expensive medical bills. Six-year-old Xiao Qingfeng, from rural China, tells four-year-old Xiao Qingle with tears in her eyes: ‘Don’t be scared, brother. I will save you for sure.’ Qingle suffers from a severe blood disorder and will need a bone marrow transplant to survive. Although his sister is found to be a match with him, the cost of the operation, £60K, is an astronomical figure for their parents who are farmers. Chinese girl Xiao Qingfeng (right) promises her seriously ill brother Xiao Qingle that she will donate her bone marrow to save him after being told she was a match for her younger sibling The six-year-old loving sister then cuddles her four-year-old brother in his hospital ward Qingle was diagnosed with Thalassemias, an inherited blood disorder, in July after his body suddenly became weak. He has to undergo a blood transfusion every 10 days to survive RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Female chimpanzee, 15, is caught smoking like a pro at a… World’s rarest big cat… Read full this story
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