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    Sophia Myers came home on Monday, September 18, 2017, to a beautifully decorated room, deck and secret garden that was installed by friends, family and community members for her homecoming. Sophia was hospitalized three weeks ago in the pediatric intensive care unit at USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital in Mobile. She is suffering from a rare, terminal brain tumor called diffuse intrinsic potine glioma.

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