Hospital boss offers to fully educate daughter of late cancer warrior Danny Miles
- Danny Miles [real name Maurice Ochieng] died last evening after a long battle with soft tissue sarcoma.
- In January, he had sent a passionate appeal to Safaricom for assistance, because the cancer was “eating me up for sure.”
Dr Maxwel Okoth, the founder and group managing director of RFH Healthcare says he will sponsor the education of departed cancer warrior Danny Miles’s daughter.
Danny Miles [real name Maurice Ochieng] died last evening after a long battle with soft tissue sarcoma. He passed on at St. Monicah Hospital in Kisumu. In January, he had sent a passionate appeal to Safaricom for assistance, because the cancer was “eating me up for sure.”
“I had been saving so that I take my small family to a vacation but I have been drained I can’t. I am living with the help of friends. My young daughter Britney Dova is still young she has not started shool yet I was planning but I am sorry I have failed as a dad," wrote Danny.
In the course of treatment, Danny Miles had lost his left arm as the cancer spread. “l am appealing to you just help my daughter once I am gone because I can feel it.”
Born and bred in Muhoroni, Danny Miles was a student at Kenyatta University but had dropped out due to health issues. He was reportedly engaged in boda boda business in a bid to raise his young family. He was 28-years-old while his daughter is only 3 years.
Soft tissue sarcoma is a broad term for cancers that start in soft tissues (muscle, tendons, fat, lymph and blood vessels, and nerves), notes the National Cancer Institute.
“I am sure the family needs quite a lot of support especially after draining all they had to manage a cancer patient,” notes change maker Ndungu Nyoro.
Those who wish to further assist the family can contact Danny Miles’ wife Florence Odege on 0757 084 605.
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