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In the days after his parents died, Elliot was adopted and raised by his grandmother in New Zealand, before being raised by her brother in Germany.
His adoptive mother died when Elliot was 2.
He has cerebral palsia and is on a ventilator.
His grandmother was a nurse.
His mother died of cancer when Elliot, then just a toddler, was 12.
But he was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2008.
Elliot has spent more than 10 years fighting the disease and his health is deteriorating, according to family members.
He suffers from epilepsy, has seizures and has difficulty speaking, according the Australian Medical Association.
“It’s been a tragedy,” the family’s lawyer, James Bowerman, told The Associated Press.
“This is a man who had a huge life ahead of him, who was determined to do well and was really doing great.”
Elliot has lost nearly all his possessions.
“His possessions have gone,” he said.
“He had a camera, a camera stand, a guitar, a video camera.
He had a car, a house.
All of those things are gone.”
He has a wheelchair.
He can’t walk.
“The most difficult thing is the lack of mobility,” his father, Michael, said.
He said his son has been told to live with his grandparents.
“That’s the hardest part for me,” he told AP.
“I feel as if I’m in his room.
I don’t know what to do. “
My heart is broken.
Elliot is the youngest of three siblings and his older sister, Grace, was born two months after his mother died. “
There’s so much pain, he said, adding that his family was unable to help.
Elliot is the youngest of three siblings and his older sister, Grace, was born two months after his mother died.
His father is a nurse, and his mother a registered nurse.
Elliot had worked at the hospital where his mother worked before her death.
His sister Grace was in a coma after being injured while driving to the hospital for treatment of a back injury.
The AP previously reported that his sister was in stable condition after being treated for head injuries.
Elliot’s family has said he was a good student and was well liked by his family.
His family said in a statement: “We are devastated by the news that the little boy whose life we loved so much has lost his family, his friends, his home and his best friend.
“We ask that you respect our privacy at this difficult time and focus on the health and well-being of our little boy.”
The AP has been unable to independently verify the death of Elliot’s mother, who is in a vegetative state.
The family has not released any further details.
The AP reported that Elliot was a regular customer at a New Zealand supermarket, which he purchased online and picked up at a local supermarket, as well as at a pharmacy.
His mother, a registered nursing assistant, was a registered dietitian, according a New South Wales Health Department website.
Elliot was the oldest of three brothers, who were adopted from Germany and raised in New South a suburb of Melbourne.
According to the New South Welsh Government, his older brother was the first born.