May 5th, 2014
02:04 PM ET

Community Buys Chairs to Support Man Battling Leukemia

In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Texas community comes together to support a man battling leukemia. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.

Charlie George, 64, loves to walk his dog. But since he's been diagnosed with leukemia, his journey around his neighborhood has gotten tough.

Shellye Arnold is one neighbor who thought to help. She set up a chair in her yard for George so he could rest.

After e-mailing everyone on the block, the neighborhood quickly filled up with "chairs for Charlie."

"They put these chairs out for me, I think it's incredible," George said. "I didn't expect this at all.

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  1. adamwatson85

    That's a very touching gesture! I read recently that Ntense2 contains herbs like cat's claw and anamu that have been found to have anti-leukemic properties. This was based on several studies conducted on the herbs. It might help improve conditions of people with leukemia.

    July 15, 2014 at 4:24 am | Reply

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