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College Fraternity Surprises 12-Year-Old Cancer Patient With Sweet Gestures

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College Fraternity Surprises 12-Year-Old Cancer Patient With Sweet Gestures

College Fraternity Surprises 12-Year-Old Cancer Patient With Sweet Gestures


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Fraternity brothers at Sigma Alpha Epsilon are spreading the love, helping lift the spirits of a 12-year-old girl battling cancer.

Lexi Brown was airlifted to Mattel Children’s Hospital in UCLA in California after her chemotherapy pills cause her heart to fail.

During her stay in the hospital, which directly overlooks the SAE fraternity house on campus, she and her mother posted a sign on her window that requested a pizza delivery, according to CBS Los Angeles. What they received in return overwhelmed Lexi and her mother.

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Members of the fraternity showed up to Lexi’s room not only with a box of pizza, but also a dozen roses and a guitar which they used serenade the young cancer fighter. Lexi’s mother, Lisa, told NBC News, “I started bawling my head off. I’m like, ‘I can’t believe these people are here for my child.'”

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SAE students kept up with their visits and had a special send-off for her before she was discharged. Over the holiday, the fraternity house was fully decorated with Christmas lights, in Lexi’s favorite color purple, complete with her name scrolled across the roof in her honor.

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