Terminally Ill Pennsylvania Teenager Wishes for Christmas Cards

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It's a Christmas wish that may be his last. 

Terminal cancer is not stopping 14-year-old Maddox Hyde.

The Pennsylvania native was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. It's a type of cancer found in the fetus, most commonly diagnosed in infants and children. It's rare in children older than 10 years old. 

Hyde was first diagnosed at 6 years old. Doctors have now moved him into hospice care, and say he only has weeks or months to live. 

He has one simple wish — to receive as many holiday cards as he can. 

They can be sent to 333 Ohio St. Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania, 15851. 

Hyde is also thinking of others as well, raising money for the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.


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