Take a Minute to Send A Boy in Need Of Prayers an Ecard!!

I'm waiting to get word back from the family, they are friends, but I do have permission to share the link and his name.

He's a brave little boy, that could use major prayers, and the family some best wishes!

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Please all take a Moment to send an ecard to Cameron Wells. A 5 years old boy,who just a few days ago was diagnosed with 2 types of Leukemia. He's in Cincinnati Children's Hospital undergoing chemo and has his second bone marrow biopsy tomorrow. It would mean so much to him and his family for prayers sent their way

This is the LInk to send an Ecard

http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/ecard.htm?WT.svl=r

Put in his name Cameron Wells as well as his room number a551, not sure of the building, but there's an option to say "I don't know" Only takes a few minutes of your time to send this brave boy some well wishes!!

PLEASE it only takes a few minutes and they just found this out, he's having surgery very soon and is still in high spririts witha smile on his face. Thank you very much I know the family would really appreciate all the prayers they can get!

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