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LeBron James Stops His Pregame Warmup When He Sees the 10-Word Message on This Little Boy's Sign
by Bri Lamm : Nov 22, 2017 : Faithit.com
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The celebratory game and unexpected support from the Cavs crowd gave Cam the extra boost he needed to kick cancer's butt in his final chemotherapy session later that week.

[Faithit.com] Cameron Jaros is your typical 12-year-old boy. A fan of all things basketball, minions and Harry Potter, there's not much that can keep this 7th grader down—not even cancer. (Screengrab: Lebron James/via Faithit.com)



After being diagnosed with leukemia this past May, the boy from Austintown, Ohio, started chemo treatments almost immediately at University Hospital in Cleveland. He drew strength from the support of his family, friends and community who rallied behind him throughout his fight.

Over the last six months, Cam's treatments have gone so well that his family decided to celebrate.

With one final treatment to go, the Jaros' made the hour-long trek to Cleveland for a totally different reason: To watch the Cleveland Cavaliers play.

Cam made a special sign he'd hoped would be featured on the jumbotron at some point in the night. It read: "My last chemo is Thursday. I'm here to celebrate. #CamStrong." (Screengrab: Cameron Jaros/via Faithit.com)

To his delight, the cameraman found Cam and zoomed in on him for the big screen. As he held his poster proudly, fans couldn't help themselves from joining in a standing ovation for this brave little boy.

Cavaliers players even joined in, including LeBron James, who paused his pregame warmups to applaud Cam in his fight against cancer.

The celebratory game and unexpected support from the Cavs crowd gave Cam the extra boost he needed to kick cancer's butt in his final chemotherapy session later that week.

Sometimes it's the little things that make the tough things a little easier! Way to go, Cam, you're one inspiring 12-year-old!