2009 was a black year for David Cameron. His son, Ivan, of just 6 years, died as a result of a rare disease which she was diagnosed a few weeks after her birth, which left the former british prime minister played. "Nothing, absolutely nothing, can prepare you for the reality of losing your beloved child in this way", he says in an interview to "The Sunday Times" on the occasion of the promotion of his new book.
"A world in which the things had always been good to me suddenly gave me a big blow and challenge," adds Cameron on the sad loss that had to deal with his wife, Samantha.
in Addition, the former prime minister acknowledge that he and his wife, delivered to the care continued that he needed the small, the victim of a neuronal disease, they were about to " collapse ". The boy was diagnosed with Ohtahara syndrome, a neurological disease that caused him to small between 20 and 30 seizures a day.
The world of Cameron changed completely, even conditioned some of their political lines, especially in relation to the british National Health System, with an active campaign to improve it, or the willingness to approve embryo research, unlike the general line of the party. With the death of his eldest son, the February 24, 2009, was plunged into dark times, as it has insured. Moments that dare not "virtually no recall".
Later Ivan, Cameron had three children : Florence Rose Endellion Cameron, Nancy Gwen Cameron, Arthur Elwen Cameron.Updated Date: 19 September 2019, 08:01