Teen carries little brother 40 miles on his back for Cerebral Palsy

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(KTVI) - A teenager in Michigan showed some 'brotherly love' in a very big way.   He walked 40 miles over the weekend while carrying his little brother on his back.

Hunter and Braden Gandee started their journey Saturday morning and wrapped up Sunday afternoon.

Hunter says he decided to carry his 45-pound bother to raise awareness for cerebral palsy.   They called their trek the "Cerebral Palsy Swagger Walk."   Braden has CP and can't walk without assistance.

Hunter's efforts to bring awareness to CP has grabbed national and international attention.

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