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Sophia Myers was an angel among us 4:10

Sophia Myers was an angel among us

Friends pour their love on Sophia Myers 2:16

Friends pour their love on Sophia Myers

How this community stepped up after 3 kids were diagnosed with same rare cancer 2:37

How this community stepped up after 3 kids were diagnosed with same rare cancer

How do parents choose treatment for their daughter's cancer that has no known cure? 2:24

How do parents choose treatment for their daughter's cancer that has no known cure?

What is DIPG? 1:11

What is DIPG?

Why this family chose to protect others from their daughter's cancer diagnosis 2:24

Why this family chose to protect others from their daughter's cancer diagnosis

3 kids in one small town have same rare cancer. Is Katrina or the oil spill to blame? 2:24

3 kids in one small town have same rare cancer. Is Katrina or the oil spill to blame?

Their spunky 6-year-old 'lost his ability to do everything' after rare cancer diagnosis 4:35

Their spunky 6-year-old 'lost his ability to do everything' after rare cancer diagnosis

'The truth of it is that we're grieving a child that's living' 3:02

'The truth of it is that we're grieving a child that's living'

Why this mother keeps faith even after her daughter's deadly cancer diagnosis 2:17

Why this mother keeps faith even after her daughter's deadly cancer diagnosis

'I didn't count on loving her.' Reporter tells story behind covering DIPG and Sophia Myers

Sun Herald reporter Margaret Baker tells how she first came to work on the investigation into DIPG, a rare and inoperable brain tumor, on the Coast and the surprises that she encountered.
amccoy@sunherald.com