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Jimmy Kimmel Makes 7-Year-Old Cancer Patient's Dream Come True

Now, here's something to do with all of those rainbow loom bracelets you have lying around the house!

Jimmy Kimmel tasked his viewers to send in their rainbow loom creations so he could craft an entire suit of them—but his request got the attention of a school that had a very special student. Max "SuperMax" Wilford is so special, countless classmates of the 7-year-old told Kimmel in a video said how cool he is.

(We wish we had that many people bragging about us!)

Well, Kimmel invited Max on his show to talk about his own rainbow loom project: Max and his school in Tustin, Calif., is building one of the longest looms around to help beat cancer. Max himself is fighting brain cancer. Watch this video and try not to smile when Max gets to meet his favorite superhero!

If you want to learn more about Max's project go here or here!

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