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Batman strikes again for 8-year-old cancer patient

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Batman strikes again for 8-year-old cancer patient

January 30, 2013

http://q13fox.com/2013/01/30/batman-strikes-again-for-8-year-old-cancer-patient/#axzz2JJqyNeGT

 

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Zach Guillot, a patient at Seattle Children’s Hospital and avid Batman fan, received a very special call from his favorite superhero last week. This week, Batman struck again. The superhero surprised Zach with a care package full of Batman goodies.

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