5-year-old brain cancer warrior tells Anderson Cooper about her experience

5-year-old brain cancer warrior tells anderson cooper about her experience

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It’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and CNN’s Anderson Cooper spoke with Ava Thomas, a five-year-old battling brain cancer, and her mom Kassi Thomas, about their experience and how commercials don’t always show the “nitty gritty” of childhood cancer.

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