12 Oct '17, 7pm

You may not be as afar away as Singapore, but we bet Brock Chadwick would love to hear from you. Check out Team...

The family of a terminally ill boy is asking strangers to lift his spirits by sending him greeting cards for his favorite holiday: Halloween. Now, Brock Chadwick has received nearly 1,000 cards from places as far away as Singapore. Advertisement "It's definitely very exciting and he's happy," mom Brittney Horton told ABC News. "You can tell he hasn't been the greatest, but it's lifted him for sure." Brittney Horton/ABC News Horton, of Biddeford, Maine, said her son, Brock, 7, was diagnosed in February with glioblastoma, a high-grade cancer, in his brain and spine. "A recent MRI scan showed that he has more tumors both throughout his brain and spine and basically those tumors are starting to cause his body problems," Horton said. "He just recently had a seizure, so it's getting scary." Brittney Horton/ABC News A nurse at Maine Children's Cancer Program at Barbara Bush Child...

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renewableenergyworld.com 11 Oct '17, 8pm

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