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    Alexander Goodwin, 10, arrived in Kansas City seven months ago battling a deadly cancer. Now, he looks forward to heading home soon - with his hair growing back, his leg scars healing and his future looking brighter. On Thursday night at Unity Temple on the Plaza, Alex and his parents, Jeff and Maruska Goodwin thanked people for their support before a screening of "Alexander’s Journey."

Alexander Goodwin, 10, arrived in Kansas City seven months ago battling a deadly cancer. Now, he looks forward to heading home soon - with his hair growing back, his leg scars healing and his future looking brighter. On Thursday night at Unity Temple on the Plaza, Alex and his parents, Jeff and Maruska Goodwin thanked people for their support before a screening of "Alexander’s Journey." Tammy Ljungblad and Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star
Alexander Goodwin, 10, arrived in Kansas City seven months ago battling a deadly cancer. Now, he looks forward to heading home soon - with his hair growing back, his leg scars healing and his future looking brighter. On Thursday night at Unity Temple on the Plaza, Alex and his parents, Jeff and Maruska Goodwin thanked people for their support before a screening of "Alexander’s Journey." Tammy Ljungblad and Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star

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