Transcript for Cameron Boyce’s parents raise awareness about epilepsy in new PSA
Cameron Boyce's parents bring ago wareness about the condition that took their son's life, epilepsy. Abbie Boudreau sat down with them. Good morning, Abbie. Reporter: Good morning, robin. I had a chance to sit down with them. They lost their son Cameron four months ago on a mission to make sure their son's legacy lives on and saves lives. Cameron Boyce, our son. My best friend. The best thing that ever happened to me. Reporter: In a new powerful psa friends and family of Cameron Boyce coming together to shine a light on the disease that robbed them of actor they loved. Lack of awareness about this brain disease is shocking. Upsetting. Unfortunate. It's time for that to change. Reporter: The 20-year-old famous for his roles in Spell book. I don't have time for a pop And "The descendants" passed away just four months ago. Now his parents Libby and Victor teaming up for the institute run by Sally shaver, sudep. I lost my little girl and I'm mad and I'm angry because I don't have her here anymore and I live with that every single day. And it's like every time you think about it, like I said he's right here. It's just a knife -- it's the hole knife in your heart. We don't want anybody to lose their child to anything because this feeling is just the worst. It's the worst. Reporter: Their goal, raising awareness and funding more research. Hopefully ending the disease once and for all. We've heard from doctors throughout the country that people are coming in and asking, you know, about their epilepsy because of Cameron. So that makes us feel good that maybe everything is not in vain, that people are going to go and learn more about their disease. He could be saving lives. Exactly. We want to shine more light on epilepsy, get more funding, get more research. Get more people involved. Oh, bless you, Victor and
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