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The carefree childhood of Liam Witt came to a screeching halt last year when a routine visit to the doctor for flulike symptoms led to devastating news: He had neuroblastoma, a rare cancer of the nervous system. Since then, 3-year-old Liam has endured countless scans, an 11-1/2-hour surgery, 14 sessions of radiation, five rounds of chemotherapy, and now a series of antibody treatments that doctors hope will cure the cancer once and for all. "He's been a prince throughout the whole ordeal," says his mom, Gretchen. "His courage and spirit give us hope."
Here, Liam comforts a doll who's getting a pretend CT scan.
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