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More than 200 get buzz cut to support kids with cancer

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ARLINGTON, Texas -
Two hundred eleven people shaved their heads Sunday to support children battling cancer. 

Pediatric cancer foundation One Mission organized the first annual “Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off” Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
 

The Buzz-Off will benefit the “Pauline Allen Gill” Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Hospital in Dallas.
  The youngest “buzzee” was just 2 years old. 

Flor Martinez decided to participate in honor of her mother who is battling cancer.
  “It's a beautiful cause, I will do it again.  I just feel so good.  I feel like I'm receiving more than I'm giving.  I feel so good inside." 

Sunday’s event raised more than $130,000.
  Over the past four years, the Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off has raised almost $2 million and provided support to more than 2,000 patients and their families.
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