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Community support gives 10-year-old boy with cancer hope

A 10-year-old boy with the same aggressive brain cancer as Lauren Hill is getting messages and prayers from all over the world.

Kyler Bradley was admitted to Cincinnati Children’s, to receive treatment for DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma).

Local 12’s Deb Dixon shows us how the prayers are giving Kyler hope at a time when he needs them the most.

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  1. Cindee Weber November 04, 14:32
    Dearest Kyler, it's not important that you don't know me, but it was important for me to meet you at your Halloween bash. You have so touched me, I pray for your miracle constantly. Young man, you are a warrior! Keep it up! Warmest wishes and much love to you and your family! God bless you. Cindee
  2. Cindee Weber November 04, 14:33
    Be brave, so many are pulling for you.
  3. Meg Goddard November 10, 13:58
    Dear Kyler, My name is Meg and I just wanted you to know that I think of you everyday and how strong of a person you are. I have been saying prayers for you constantly. I know God is hearing all of these prayers that are being said for you. I have a son who is in 4th grade. His name is Roman and he wants you to know he is also praying for you and your family. You have touched so many lives with your bravery. You are a hero to so many. Keep fighting Kyler. Your friend, The Goddard Family Rich, Meg Noah and Roman