Boy Battling Cancer Visits Homeless for Dying Wish

Keegan Keppner, 10, fed homeless people in Eugene, Ore., in order to fulfill his bucket list.
3:00 | 01/20/14

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A ten year old boy with terminal cancer made one of his own wishes come true. By feeding the homeless Keegan -- and his step father brought a -- of homemade rice and beans. To a group of homeless protesters in Eugene Oregon the ten year old learned the homeless will be forced to move from that area and that. This when he decided to do something. I just can't happen of people becoming only senator Larry -- why -- Come -- next step that says -- act of kindness is just what makes them feel good. Kate was diagnosed with glioma in 2005. It is a deadly tumor that attacks the brain and spine but. That's not stopping him Keegan is that dad says that -- back at the site tomorrow this time but chilly.

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