UPDATE (11 April 2017):
Vince's family told us that he's suffering Stage 4 Colon Cancer. We, Vince's friends, still believe that it is possible for him to feel well. Let's help Vince survive cancer.
Vince easily lights up any room he enters with a smile. His presence feels like a warm light, enigmatic and supportive. His energy, unparalleled in what many would call the stage of highly energetic hormonal teenagers. Despite the odds of being born in a poor family, and having to live away from his family to pursue an education in Muntinlupa City in Manila, Vince washes away all signs of struggles. He was the motivation for everyone to work hard and approach life with optimism.
At least, that was the Vince everyone remembers, the Vince everyone wants to remember.
Last year of 2016, as though a massive blackout hit, all the hope and happiness in Vince's face got sapped away by clinical depression. The Vince of 2017 is now hardly unable to speak and is riddled with complications brought about by severe depression, a complete opposite of the Vince everyone knew.
The onslaught of complications almost seem insurmountable as it gets worse day by day and in each moment a little bit of Vince gets lost. Currently, Vince is doing his best to cope with life while riddled with heart fever disease and arthritis fever in his knees and feet.
Vince and his family is running out of time, no matter how much anyone tries to deny the severity of the case. His provincial hospital is seemingly unable to diagnose Vince properly. At the moment, Vince seeks support for his operations to cover for a CT scan, colonoscopy and other invasive procedures in order to get proper diagnosis of all the damages depression has caused him in order to start combating the disease. His family's resources are almost depleted and in this moment of desperation, Vince reaches out to good souls out there.