By Josh Ellerbrock
Published in News on June 2, 2013 1:50 AM
Cameron Hope, 8, and his sisters, Courtney, 6, and Briana, 11, play with wrestling action figures in his floor of his room. Cameron has a disease called osteogenesis imperfecta that makes his bones more susceptible to breaks and fractures.
Cameron Hope rushes to find his self-made maple seed, a simple construction of paper with a snip and a fold here and there designed to drift slowly to the ground -- just like its namesake. It doesn't work the...
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