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Milpitas resident Belle Ang warned Tristan Ang if a cold virus could kill her healthy fourth grader: "It can happen to any kid," she told KTVU-TV.
"It's very unexpected. Very healthy and suddenly he's gone, "Belle Ang told the news channel.
Belle Ang said her son died very quickly. The week before he took part in a Taekwondo championship, he complained of fever, headache and nausea.
A Milpitas couple lost their son to doctors who apparently had rare complications from a cold virus https: //t.co/lKCLx93kuZ
– KTVU (@KTVU) July 11, 2019
"We just think it might be too tired and a bit dehydrated," said the boy's father, Mark Ang. "We gave him Tylenol and Motrin. It would disappear, but not completely, and it would return. "
Test excluded a number of diseases. Then, according to the KTVU's Angs, Tristan Ang was hospitalized on June 28, where he died several hours later of a brain swelling caused by the adenovirus.
Adenoviruses are common viruses that cause a number of diseases, including the common cold, sore throat, diarrhea and pink eye, according to the Centers for the Control and Prevention of Diseases.
"He had no signs of coldness, nothing," said Mark Ang.
Despite their grief, the angs wanted other parents to realize that a common cold or illness in childhood would quickly become deadly Situation can become.
The family set up a GoFundMe site to cover the costs.
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