Amazing little boy waiting for a heart transplant has his life saved by special Batman vest

MIRROR | Lisa Hutchinson
The youngster was kept alive thanks to his special Batman vest
Hasnath Siddiquey desperately needed a heart transplant but was being kept alive by his specially made Batman vest

Little Hasnath Siddiqueyspent two years waiting for the heart transplant that will save his life.

But the brave five-year-old had superhero help to keep him alive - a special Batman vest.

The youngster has proved he himself is a real superhero after beating the odds to survive and now he is able to do everything his classmates do after receiving his transplant.

His proud mum, Afia, 39, from Darlington, County Durham, told the Chronicle Live : “Hasnath developed a heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy - a disease of the heart muscle where it becomes stretched and thin.

"It meant that Hasnath’s heart was not able to pump blood around his body properly and so he was referred to the Children’s Heart Unit at Freeman Hospital. Continue reading


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