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KUAM shaving heads to conquer kids cancer

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - You are in store for a special night of television tonight on KUAM News Extra, as we're doing our part to help save the way to conquer kids cancer by joining the St. Baldrick's program.  This national campaign has volunteers shave their heads to show support for young cancer patients as they go through treatment. 

Tonight live starting at 6:30pm our very own Jason Salas will be shaving his head to support children with cancer.  We're accepting your tax-deductible pledges to help raise money for their treatment and care. Our phone lines will be open during our show for your donations; you can call 637-NEWS (6397) and make a pledge or make an online donation at StBaldricks.org.

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