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KACIE GOODE/The Kentucky Standard
Gage and Trevor Lewis are just one year apart in age, but their bond as brothers has become even stronger after Gage's cancer diagnosis. Gage was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia Dec. 21, 2016, the same day Trevor underwent a remission scan after being diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of 4.
KIDS FIGHT: A brotherly battle

The first time Billie Jackson was told her son had cancer was on Sept. 21, 2012. Trevor wanted to go to the park and play.

Shortly after arriving, Billie noticed her son started walking in an odd way. Maybe he was just goofing around. But when her often-rambunctious toddler sat down and said he wanted to go home, she knew something was wrong.