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Toga Party To Raise Money For Pediatric Cancer

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -
When the late cancer advocate James Ragan was diagnosed with a type of pediatric bone cancer at 12 years old, he told his parents he wanted to throw a toga party to raise money to help find a cure for cancer.  His one wish was that the party still go on after he passed, and his wish came true Saturday at his organization triumph over kid cancer threw it's 8th annual Toga Party. James passed away this past February, and his sister continues to run the non profit in his memory.
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