Community holds Christmas parade for boy with terminal brain cancer

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A 2-year-old boy with cancer who might not live to December was treated to a Christmas parade.

Little Brody Allen is battling terminal brain cancer. Brody was diagnosed with brain cancer in May and was only given a few months to live. 

His dad says Christmas is his favorite time of year, but he likely won’t make it to December.

So, the City of Colebrain Township in Ohio held a holiday parade for Brody on Sunday.

Brody’s family has been spreading the word on social media with the hope giving Brody the best early Christmas ever. 

His street was turned into a Winter Wonderland with lights and decorations. Brody even got to meet Santa at an Italian dinner hosted by community members.

As they work to make the most of the time Brody has left, his family set up a Facebook page called TEAM BRODY to “spread all the love, joy and support.” 

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