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Miles for Smiles benefits research of rare, aggressive brain cancer

10:39 AM, May 12, 2013
Despite rain, Miles for Smiles 5K plugs forward fo...
Despite rain, Miles for Smiles 5K plugs forward fo...: Despite rain, Miles for Smiles 5K plugs forward for brain cancer
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In 2007, Micki Klein's 2-year-old daughter, Mariah, was diagnosed with an aggressive - and rare - brain tumor called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma.

Fifteen months later, Mariah died.

"During that 15-month time, she liked to color and craft and make her parents and her sister projects," Klein said. "After she passed, we needed to do something and give back to the community. The community was really good to us." ...

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