Diego Hernandez's idol, John Cena, came to pay him a visit
Diego lives in Staunton and has a terminal medical condition called craniosynostosis that affects skull and brain growth. Since a stroke at the age of nine, he has had six major surgeries to try and lengthen his life, but doctors recently told his family that his condition is terminal and he won't be having more operations. But he said he's feeling "good." He's feeling even better now after getting to meet his idol.
"It's our job to take away the fear and to make them know that we are going to take care with them and do the very best we can to take care of them and to talk to them," says Stan Holland, Director of Sentara RMH Cardiovascular Service Line.
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