The little boy whose parents opposed his cancer treatment has died.
Oshin Kiszko, 6, died peacefully in his mother’s arms on Wednesday morning.
His mother released a statement to 7 News in Perth saying: 'My love Oshin took his last breaths peacefully as I lay cuddling him at 2am this morning.
'Oshin’s journey has been extraordinarily traumatising for him and I am grateful he no longer needs to suffer through this nightmare.'
Oshin was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour last year.
Controversially his parents, Angela Kiszko and Adrian Strachan, chose quality of life for their son, opting out of treatment.
A court order in March forced Oshin to undergo radiotherapy, however; in September a judge ruled he should be moved to palliative care instead of being forced into treatment.
Angela posted an emotional tribute to her son on social media, news.com.au reports.
'How do I truly let go of my love, my only son Oshin,' she said.
'It took me a process of weeks just to say the words ‘that it’s OK for you to go and it’s OK for you to say for I will love you beyond forever, more than to the moon, around all the stars, around the Earth and back to my heart’.'