TV doctor Dr. Johannes Wimmer: When daughter Maximilia died, I held her hand – people

The fist of the universe. TV doctor Dr. Johannes Wimmer (37) used this metaphor for the past few months.

At the beginning of the year life seemed to be at its absolute peak. It was as if there could be no more uphill. He had found great love with his wife Clara, a new TV contract in his pocket, sweet daughter Maximilia had just been born – everything seemed perfect. Until the terrible diagnosis in August …


These candles burn for the little angel Maximilia in Dr. Whimper

These candles burn for the little angel Maximilia in Dr. WhimperPhoto: private

On Saturday morning Maximila died of a rare, highly aggressive brain tumor. The girl was no longer allowed to experience her first Christmas.

“Maximilia went on a journey to the stars in her sleep, safe and cared for in our bed,” says Johannes Wimmer to BILD am SONNTAG. “Our entire family could say goodbye in peace and quiet.”

Only a few weeks ago, the TV doctor and his wife Clara took her home from the hospital. Here, accompanied by a palliative care team and physiotherapists, they tried to live a last bit of common normality. The couple even got married in the meantime so that the small family can bear the same name.

Wimmer to BILD am SONNTAG: “She has completed her little, beloved life and we will keep her in fond memories. It was a life full of love and laughter, both of which we will try to preserve for ourselves in this difficult time. “


So reported BamS in August

In the summer doctors in the hospital fought for the life of little MaximiliaPhoto: Private

He would especially like to thank all friends and family who supported him and his wife.

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“Only through these people and the wonderful palliative medicine and physiotherapists, the Knack den Krebs association, the Theodorus children’s hospice and a pediatrician, who was there for us like a rock in the surf at the crucial moment, were we able to help the little astronaut and us Spend the last moments on earth safe at home. “

It was an uphill battle with cancer. At first, with the faint hope that things might end well in this case, must end. Then with the realization that the battle for life will no longer be won. “She then chose the right time for her to leave us. And as parents, we told her that she could go. “

Wimmer held his little daughter’s hand that last night. “When I woke up in the morning, it was no longer soft and warm.”

The whole family came to say goodbye on Saturday afternoon. A dignified, calm farewell. Jazz music was played, “Maximilia always listened to it in the evenings to sleep”. Candles burned on the window.


TV doctor Dr. Johannes Wimmer: When daughter Maximilia died, I held her hand

“We still had so much planned, wanted to experience so much with her, we are denied that – but we have wonderful memories with her. Cancer may have stolen her life, but we will show cancer that it did not win. “

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