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Teen girl with cancer uses her 'Make-a-Wish' to feed the homeless

She could have had anything she wanted, gone to any exotic locale, met a rock star or blown a boatload of money. But Emma Allred, only 13, and battling cancer, had bigger dreams, and none were for herself.. She wanted to help. In a very big way. The Idaho girl, who has been fighting a rare form of ovarian cancer since she was 10, was granted her heart's desire by the Make A Wish foundation.
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