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The cutest video: A brave girl & her bald Barbie

  • Melissa Bumstead says special bald Barbie has helped her daughter get through chemotherapy
  • As you can see on the video, Grace is pretty happy about her interview
Chemotherapy and cancer are hard enough for adults to wrap their heads around. So, how do you tell a child that he or she has cancer and needs the often-grueling treatment to get better? 
Speak their language -- with toys. 
HLN’s Christi Paul talked to sweet little Grace and her mom, Melissa, about what helps Grace get through it all.



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