Dying teen’s video inspires millions

Katie Hinderer | 10 January 2012
Last week, a silent video by Ben Breedlove a teenager who died of a rare heart condition went viral. He passed away on Christmas Day, having posted this two-part video days before his heart gave out for the last time.
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