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TWO-YEAR-OLD Mason Kelly naps on the couch in the family's Shingle Springs house as his mother,Thi, sits by his side. Mason was home after a three-month hospital stay where he was being treated for neuroblastoma. He has since retuned to the hospital for more treatment. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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Kelly family faces long road to help youngest son

By From page A1 | March 12, 2014

Mason Kelly is 2 years old; he has five older brothers and sisters and a new little sister and he has stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer. For the past four months, Mason has been living in hospitals, after his Oct.11 diagnosis, six days after his second birthday.

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