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Interests: Brain Function

interests: Alfie's condition left him with almost no brain function, and multiple courts ruled that keeping him alive was not in his best interests before doctors removed his ventilator five days ago.article continues below Trending Stories Sweets for Diwali take a month's preparation Pipeline protesters to occupy federal justice minister's office Thursday Vancouver police identify the city's eighth homicide of 2018First appearance of the super blue blood moon' since 1866 PHOTOS My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02 30, Evans, 21, wrote in a Facebook post decorated with a broken heart and crying emojis, according to Vancouver Courier. As news spread in the community, dozens of people laid flowers and mementoes in a park near Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, where Alfie was treated. Kate James and Tom Evans said their son's death overnight in Liverpool, England had left them heartbroken. About 1,000 people gathered 12 hours after the boy died to release blue and purple balloons in solidarity with the grieving mother and father who had struggled to come to terms with their child's terminal illness. Alfie's case sparked a medical ethics debate that resonated far beyond Britain. James, 20, posted a message on social media thanking everyone who supported the family through Alfie's illness and court fight. ( As reported in the news.