#TBT – Remember How Fraternity Brothers Help a 12-Year-Old with Cancer Feel Better

According to this CBS Los Angeles video, members of SAE, a fraternity at UCLA, eased Lexi Brown’s hospital stay by constantly finding new ways to make her smile.

They brought her pizza, paid her visits, made the view from her hospital room so much brighter.

“I texted my teammates and they all stepped up to the plate to visit her. Everyone who got to know her was really moved,” Gaspar told IJNews.

See some of their bid gestures below and watch a full report of the story above.

Lexi a 12-year-old girl battling cancer, unfortunately, passed away Wednesday, May 4.

“She never gave up the fight and never lost the fight. She fought until her tired body could not fight anymore and now we will continue to fight for her.”

Read her dad’s full statement here: http://bit.ly/1T0vRcN

Learn more about lymphoma here: http://bit.ly/1UwWKe6

 

 

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