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Cameron Boyce Cause Of Death Reviewed


Cameron Boyce Cause Of Death Reviewed

The tragic death of Cameron Boyce was a hard occurrence to get over, which an Investigation was carried out and an autopsy report showed the Levetiracetam drug found on his body.

It all happened on Saturday, when Cameron Boyce’s housemates looked in on him before leaving for the day on July 6, 2019.

They were shocked to meet him dead on the bed.

They performed CPR while dialing 911. However, their effort to bring him to life was unsuccessful. He passed away on 6th July 2019 on his bed not awake anymore.

Cameron Boyce’s autopsy report has been shared publicly. Despite his parents’ initial assertion that the actor died of a seizure in his sleep, an autopsy report took three weeks to reveal the entire detail of his death.

Following the investigation, as per, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner corroborated Boyce’s parents’ statements, stating that Boyce died of a “sudden unexpected death in epilepsy” and that his death was caused by natural causes.

Boyce’s body has only one medicine, Levetiracetam, which is commonly used for persons who suffer from seizures.

According to the story, the actor has experienced “non-traumatic” epilepsy for the past three years and has had many big seizures throughout his life.

When Cameron Boyce’s friends dialed 911, and the paramedics arrived on the scene, he was pronounced dead, as per The New York Times. He was last seen alive the night before, about midnight.

Cam for a Good Cause Cameron Boyce’s loved ones is continuing to keep his legacy alive nearly three years after his untimely death from epilepsy and SUDEP, which unfortunately caused the young actor’s death in July 2019.

The Cameron Boyce Foundation (TCBF) will conduct its first-ever inaugural fundraising event on May 18, only ten days before Cameron’s 23rd birthday PEOPLE can exclusively confirm.

Cameron Boyce was born into the family of, Victor Boyce and Libby Boyce, on 28 May 1999 in Los Angeles, California. His father is African-American, and his mother is Jewish.

Victor and Libby founded TCBF in 2019 as a way to memorialize their late son’s altruistic attitude while also raising funds for epilepsy research. “Everyone knows someone who has epilepsy,” Libby explains.

“We’ve all been in circumstances where we’ve wondered, “Wow, why isn’t this louder?” Why isn’t this being discussed?” It’s just been hidden for far too long. It has a negative connotation.. and it’s confusing.”

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