Mom Realizes Hes Not A Normal Kid, Then He Begs To Go To The Hospital To Give Away His Toys

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Twelve-year-old Campbell is not your normal boy, and his mother is very well aware of that fact. While most boys his age are busy playing video games, watching movies, or playing outside, Campbell would much rather spend his free time inside working.

When he was 9years old, he discovered that kids just like him suffered from cancer and were often cooped up in hospital rooms, so this incredible kid decided thatfrom then on he wanted to help as many people as possible in the best way possible.

Instead of buying toys to give to kids fighting deadly diseases, Campbell decided to make his own stuffed bears. It took a lot of hard work, and a lot of trial and error, but eventually Campbell figured out how to make these adorable gifts simply so he could give them away to countless complete strangers.

In fact, Campbell’s mom has actually lost count of how many bears he’s made over the years, but she figures it to be around 800! Campbell also works a bunch of odd jobs so he can afford the raw materials to make these bears, but recently his story went viral,and people are donating money so he can focus on making the bears instead!

Campbell also found out that his father had a tumor that was removed, but it has an 80percent recurrence rate. Instead of going backward and living in fear, little Campbell made his father one of these magic bears, and his father has yet to see the tumor return.

Sometimes, all you need is love and respect to help give you the final push to beat back a disease, and Campbell seems to know how to help so many lives. It might just be a little stuffed bear, but to some of these children, it means the whole world!

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