Several homes in the Cincinnati suburb of Colerain Township have put up their Christmas lights and hung wreaths on their doors early this year. The premature Christmas celebration is an effort to bring holiday cheer to 2-year-old Brody Allen, who has a rare type of brain cancer and may have just weeks to live.
The little boy started chemo, but after three or four months of treatments, no progress was being made. In fact, Brody was getting worse, he now had a fifth tumor.
On August 4, Brody stopped receiving treatments. He was expected to have about two months to live — and that was five weeks ago.
Brody's neighborhood has come together in full support of his family so that he can enjoy the lights of Christmas one final time. As you can imagine, the support that they have received online has been amazing.
For Brody's full story, click here.
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