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‘Muddy Puddles’: Making a mess to honor kids who fight cancer

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After Cindy and Lou Campbell lost their 5-year-old son Ty to cancer, they created the “Muddy Puddles” project in his honor to celebrate kids who’ve faced the disease. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports for our Hope to It series on “Mess-Fest,” a unique way to celebrate special kids and raise money for pediatric cancer research.