9-year-old brain tumor patient giving back
By Mellany Armstrong

Updated Monday, April 22, 2013 - 2:46pm

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A little boy from Newark who was part of our 'Help Our Kids' Radiothon last year for A.I. DuPont Children's Hospital is giving back.

Nine-year-old Anthony Stidham's mom Dana says he has formed a team called 'Anthony's Cure' to participate in the National Brain Tumor Society's Brain Tumor Walk in Wilmington April 27th.

"Ever since he had gotten ill, he (was) dead set on helping other kids like him or kids even that have it worse," she said.

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Anthony has had multiple surgeries for a brain tumor since he was seven.

"And even with all he's been through, happiest kid ever, just grateful to be alive," Dana said.

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Anthony is hoping to raise $2,500. If you would like to help out, click here.




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