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9-year-old cancer patient's dream comes true: She sees her parents get married

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9-year-old cancer patient's dream comes true: She sees her parents get married

November 05, 2013

http://www.today.com/moms/9-year-old-cancer-patients-dream-comes-true-she-sees-8C11528962

 

Source - NBC's Today Show


When a 9-year-old girl who is battling leukemia says that her biggest dream in life is to see her parents get married, what’s a community to do? It makes the “I do’s” happen. With the help of a team at Seattle Children’s, the Oliveras had the wedding their daughter had be dreaming about.

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