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Cameron Boyce’s mom remembers son ahead of first Mother’s Day since his death

Libby Boyce
Libby Boyce

Cameron’s cause of death was Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). Cameron had been determined to have epilepsy preceding his demise. However, the mother uncovered she had “never heard of” SUDEP until it took her child’s life.

Over the recent 10 months, Libby announces she’s been in contact with moms the nation over who’ve faced comparable disasters.

In an exposition for “Good Morning America,” the sorrowful mother shared that she won’t let her child bite the dust futile.Or maybe, she promises to carry attention to the condition that took her child’s life.

Actor Cameron Boyce attends Nickelodeon's 2016 Kids' Choice Awards at The Forum on March 12, 2016 in Inglewood, Calif.
Actor Cameron Boyce attends Nickelodeon’s 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards at The Forum on March 12, 2016, in Inglewood, Calif. (Getty)

“I intend to use my voice on behalf of these moms to bring a face to this tragic issue and to bring attention to epilepsy; the most common disease that we know the least about,” Libby said.

Cameron’s mother reviewed the late Disney star’s “authentic” and “genuine” soul, taking note of that she had a particularly close bond with her child.

“He once told me that he couldn’t wait for me to be older so that he could take care of me,” she explains.

She called the 10 months since Cameron’s passing “life-changing,” as she presently lives with a “gaping hole that is raw and gut-wrenching.”

Cameron Boyce poses with Adam Sandler at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards. Sandler, who starred as Boyce's father in "Grown Ups" and "Grown Ups 2," honored the late star with donations to The Thirst Project.
Cameron Boyce poses with Adam Sandler at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards. Sandler, who starred as Boyce’s father in “Grown Ups” and “Grown Ups 2,” honored the late star with donations to The Thirst Project. (Getty)

What’s brought her some solace, yet, is associating with different mothers whose youngsters likewise died from SUDEP.

“For this Mother’s Day, I want to pay tribute to all of the SUDEP mom warriors who live with this horrific burden.

Together, we will fight for more awareness, a better understanding of the various types of epilepsy and appropriate treatments to address each type and for a cure for epilepsy and SUDEP,” Libby said.

More details about Libby’s endeavors can be found at the Cameron Boyce Foundation website.

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