Young Oklahoma boy fighting unique battle

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OKLAHOMA CITY - One young Oklahoma boy is fighting a unique battle.

Luke Jackson is distracting himself with Christmas crafts while he awaits a regular chemo-treatment at Jimmy Everest Center For Cancer.

This 10-year-old boy is battling a tumor that affects his eyesight.

Two years ago, doctors detected the tumor after Luke's eyes began shaking.

“Sometimes my friends at school ask why my eyes go to the side and why do my eyes shake a lot.  I  explain about my lazy eye and the tumor.  After I tell them, they’re kind of sad," Luke said.

While doctors are determined to fight the tumor, they know it will never go away.

Tonight at 5 p.m., Tara Blume finds out more about Luke's unique diagnosis and why he and his doctors still have a big reason to hope this Christmas season.

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