Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A popular DJ in the United Kingdom, who had been battling Leukemia for two years before testing positive for coronavirus, died Friday after telling doctors to go and “save someone else’s life.”Liam Downing, 30, had just celebrated his birthday a few days earlier with family members at his hospital room. He came down with an “infection” on March 16, according to a GoFundMe page created by his sister Laura.She said that COVID-19 started to attack his body and made his condition deteriorate at a much faster rate.UK BOY, 13, IS COUNTRY’S YOUNGEST PATIENT TO DIE FROM CORONAVIRUS, OFFICIALS SAYOn March 19, doctors told his family there was nothing they could do to cure his cancer, so two days later he made the decision not to use any more medication — so they could use their resources elsewhere, Metro UK reported.”Liam had spoke with the specialist about what his options were, by the end of the conversation Liam had made the brave decision not to have any more medication and to just be made as comfortable and given end of life care instead,” Laura said.”This came as a massive shock to

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