The child, who went viral in the networks with a video he took while leaving school, where he had trouble pronouncing the sentence, died. Sneyder Tenorio, nicknamed ‘The Wonder Parker’He got a thousand laughs as he tried to say “we’re here until you come to see us”.

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His mother, Verónica Quintero, shared the news of his death and asked internet users for support for the funeral.

“We would be grateful to all the kind-hearted people who can help us with any collaboration, because we don’t have the money for the box or the safe,” he said.

“Little ‘Peker wonder’ until we see each other again,” she said in another message accompanying the viral video.

Minor under the age of 15 who is originally from Ecuador, diagnosis with polyneuropathy. It is a disease that reduces the ability to move and feel, according to the United States Library of Medicine.

“Nickness, weakness, difficulty walking, a tingling sensation, pain, tenderness, and difficulty swallowing are all potential symptoms of polyneuropathy,” explains Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.

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Tenorio was confined to a wheelchair and also suffered from kidney failure. His mother had explained that they would have to do special tests in another country to determine treatments.

“They’re genetic sequencing studies and they don’t do it here in Ecuador. (…) It’s a progressive disease that if left untreated can further affect your immune system,” Quintero said in a video.

According to Mrs. Quintero’s version for the local paper To expressThe boy felt very bad and could have killed himself early in the morning while his parents were asleep.

“She needed a diagnosis to treat her illness. Her depression was a product of her illness, no one did anything to help her. She never received any treatment to help her improve her quality of life. Her condition worsened and her pain worsened with each passing day. He got burned, he can’t stretch his legs,” he said.


His relatives buried him with a large caravan on Monday, July 17. “My baby is in heaven and forever in my heart, I bring great joy to all of us and he has always done what he said: leave a mark on this world,” said his mother.

According to the Pan American Health Organization (OPC), more than 703,000 people die each year from a mental disorder or crisis.

If you or someone you know is considering suicide or experiencing symptoms of depression, such as loss of interest in daily activities, lack of concentration, sleep disturbance, or persistent fatigue and a sense of hopelessness about the future, do not hesitate to contact a specialist. professional for help. In Colombia you can call the Mental Health line 106, which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If you are in Bogotá, you can also write to WhatsApp 3007548933, the listening and psychological guidance channel of the Regional Health Directorate.

Additionally, here is a list with nationwide contact numbers: -minsalud .pdf

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Source: Exame

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