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Looking for a miracle: Woodside family refuses to give up hope of saving their child's life

 

It was 2 a.m. on July 12 and her husband and two daughters were half a world away, visiting his parents in France, when Marisa Martinez got the call.

Her husband, Marc Lusinchi, told her what French doctors had just sat him down to say: their 7-year-old daughter, Zamora Moon, had a 4-centimeter tumor on her brain stem that was inoperable and fatal. She probably had only six to nine months to live.

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