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Published: Thursday, Feb. 27 2014 10:00 a.m. MST

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Saratoga Springs, UT

What an inspiring young man! Sounds like a great young man and great family! Thanks for sharing this DesNews.

Gilbert, AZ

It is good to see others use the fame and fortune garnered from others to help others. I think Charity towards others is a good thing.

payson, UT

I've loved Imagine Dragons since the moment I heard It's Time...even more impressed with the band and their work to help families battling with cancer. Tyler's influence will continue to be felt by others! What a beautiful story!

Julie gluten free mother

My daughter had this at age 2 in 1990. The treatments were hell on earth but she survived. Then had a second aggressive cancer at age 13. We hear stories of people being instantly healed Some miracles take time and are worth the time. I thank God and the medical teams who studied years to have the knowledge to help. They needed each other.

Julie gluten free mother

We often hear stories of miracles happening due to people's faith. More faith is needed to accept what we can't change. I knew with my daughter's rhabdomyosarcoma that she could be instantly healed and I was shocked when it didn't happen. We had to do the treatments, it took a lot of faith. It takes way more faith again to accept when God's will is the answer no to our prayers. I feel for this family. I admire you. I had to watch my daughter suffer and be helpless to help. But we were one of the fortunate ones.

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