Teens Ditch Cell Phones to Support Classmate With Cancer

High school students in Massachusetts will raise money through sponsors of their mobile-free month.
0:57 | 04/18/14

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But I spoke -- in Billerica Massachusetts are selling out with a varying degrees twelve year old -- cat. Is battling cancer the -- on the high school hockey team wanted to raise money for its treatment their parents care about the challenge parent. -- -- that we can make teamster's money we gave up or -- that's right give up their cellphones for one month. Seventeenth until -- sixty that first. The team won its sponsors and pretty soon. The whole school was on board though -- of the girls' hockey team and -- adjustment. Crazy perilous not just the athletes and it was phenomenal eventually 101 phones were collected sealed in plastic and are now being kept local police department. Is gone -- so much he has fourteen months left the treatment. And for us to give -- -- -- thirty gazes at Selena and that's one month without texting tweeting -- chatting -- these. The Billerica high schoolers say they are looking forward to accept much on edge.

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