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UCLA Health Prepares to 'Light the Night' at Evening Walk to Benefit Blood-Cancer Research, Patients

Seven-year-old Rey Ahumada should be jumping and playing outside like most other children his age. Instead, he's fighting leukemia and "stuck in a bubble," says his mom, an admissions clerk at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica. "That word, 'cancer,'" she adds. "We need to put an end to it." With that as a goal, UCLA Health is presenting sponsor of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Oct.
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