ContactMusic.com is reporting that the members of KISS gave a young cancer survivor the thrill of his life Monday (Feb. 28) when they paid him a surprise visit on his 10th birthday.David Dingman-Grover and his parents were booked as guests on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", where they discussed the young boy's achievement of beating the odds to survive the removal of a cancerous brain tumor, which his family were told was inoperable. DeGeneres ended the interview by bringing out the youngster's favorite band, who gave him a signed guitar. KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley said, "This is so important for us to be a part of a miracle. People talk about we're past the age of miracles but here's proof David is a living miracle and we can all be a part of it." Check out pictures of KISS' appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (which aired on March 1) at KissFaq.com.
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