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Kyle Vericella: St. Lucie County teenager diagnosed with brain cancer, family hoping for community support to help visit him dur

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Kyle Vericella: St. Lucie County teenager diagnosed with brain cancer, family hoping for community support to help visit him dur

Kyle Vericella: St. Lucie County teenager diagnosed with brain cancer, family hoping for community support to help visit him dur

A St.

Lucie County teenager is gearing up for the fight for his life.

18-Year-Old Kyle Vericella was diagnosed days before Christmas with an aggressive brain tumor, called Anaplastic Astrocytoma.

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