(KTLA) -- Oncologists say they have never seen siblings who have been diagnosed with brain tumors so close to each other, following the diagnoses of a California brother and sister.
In a matter of weeks, life turned upside down for the Avery family of Torrance, CA, when both of their young children were diagnosed with brain tumors.
“I’ve said, ‘I don’t know how I’m going to get through this,’ but you do. You find a way. You look at your children and you hold them, and you just find a way,” said mother Nohea Avery.
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