Normally Reserved Anchors Can't Help But Cry After Seeing The Story Of This Terminally Ill Boy
Kyler Bradley was a normal 10-year-old one week, and by the next week his whole world had turned upside down. After a trip to the eye doctor, Kyler was diagnosed with the rare form of brain cancer known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma.
In a span of just 10 days since that diagnosis, his condition deteriorated rapidly. As the tumor began to grow, he slowly started losing his motor functions. In less than two weeks, he went from a normal kid running around with his friends to being unable to walk or even speak properly. Still, he's trying to make the most of the limited time he has and is urging everyone around him to pray for a miracle - the only thing that can save him from his terminal, inoperable tumor.
The story is so touching that even the news anchors reporting it have a hard time keeping it together. These are people who report on tragedy on an almost daily basis and are supposed to remain emotionally neutral on the stories they report, yet even they couldn't help but be moved to tears by the little boy who's wishing for a miracle.