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  • British boy marvels at Kansas City’s kindness as he battles bone cancer

    Alexander Goodwin, 9, and his father, Jeffrey Goodwin, came to Kansas City from England searching for a cure for Alex's rare bone cancer. Alex talks about the surgery he hopes to receive, his happiness at his family's welcome here and the power of positive thinking.

Alexander Goodwin, 9, and his father, Jeffrey Goodwin, came to Kansas City from England searching for a cure for Alex's rare bone cancer. Alex talks about the surgery he hopes to receive, his happiness at his family's welcome here and the power of positive thinking. Video by Jill Toyoshiba, reported by Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star
Alexander Goodwin, 9, and his father, Jeffrey Goodwin, came to Kansas City from England searching for a cure for Alex's rare bone cancer. Alex talks about the surgery he hopes to receive, his happiness at his family's welcome here and the power of positive thinking. Video by Jill Toyoshiba, reported by Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star

It’s official: Alexander Goodwin can complete cancer treatment in KC

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