Cancer-stricken boy returns to rebuilt home after Sandy
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The family of a Leukemia-stricken Amityville boy who were left homeless by superstorm Sandy returned Saturday to find their home rebuilt -- free of charge -- by Long Islanders who were heartbroken by their struggle.
Without the volunteers' generosity, 6-year-old Steven Heckman could never live in the storm-ravaged home because mold would have threatened his cancer-weakened immune system.