Rodrigo Camargo Obituary, Death – My lifelong friend and one of my closest friends, Rodrigo Camargo, who was from Brazil, passed suddenly two days ago. Rodrigo was one of my closest friends. I started a campaign on the internet about a month or so ago since he was fighting cancer, and I was able to collect a considerable number of blood donations for him through that effort. Thank you so much for your comment, which brought a smile to my face. He was very confident in his ability to achieve his goals.
Because to events that were not in either of our power to influence, we had not been in touch with one another for the better part of a decade. I got in touch with him after finding out that he will be transferred to the critical care unit for the first time. During our conversation, we spent a little bit of time together. I suggested that he give my go-to technique of treatment a shot, which is controversial amongst medical professionals, and he informed me that it had a considerable ameliorating effect on the level of pain he was experiencing.
The most recent audio messages that you and I have exchanged have been incredibly positive, and it sounds as though he is making significant progress in his condition. I’m glad that I did make an effort to get in touch with you, and I’m glad that we were able to have the conversations that we did. His passing is having a lot greater impact on me than I had expected it would at this point in time.
We haven’t seen each other in such a long time that we don’t even have an adult photo together to remember the occasion. As a result, this is the snapshot that I was able to find; I believe that it was taken in 1990 at the same time that both my mother and his mother graduated from high school. When we were younger, we had a very solid bond with one another. I hope and pray that his mother, Janete Papazian, would conjure up every ounce of bravery that she possesses… I pray that you find rest, my dear buddy.