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Brain cancer survivor crowned homecoming queen

DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) -- Makayla Compton's future was uncertain in 2011 when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor at the end of her seventh-grade year. Friday night she was crowned the homecoming queen at Central Davidson High School. "I never thought she would be here today like this, 'cause you know it was a very aggressive tumor that she had and for us to be here at this five year window for her it's an accomplishment, I want her to remember things like this," Makayla's dad Brian Compton said.
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