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Woman with a debilitating condition gets her dream wedding

Kerry Leikin came into the world with congenital heart disease, a malady that necessitates constant, costly medical care. The 27-year-old preschool teacher and her 26-year-old fiancé recently postponed their wedding because health care bills had eaten away their finances, leaving them with no money for a ceremony. Then Ben learned of a promotional package that would pay for a couple's wedding at Disneyland, the enchanted kingdom the Los Angeles couple loved to visit to take their minds off Kerry's health difficulties.
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