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Iowa girl fighting cancer asks for birthday cards

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BONDURANT (KWWL) -

An Iowa girl's birthday wish is simple: she wants birthday cards.

Ava Hutchinson beat cancer when she was a toddler, but the Bondurant 10-year-old is now fighting cancer again.

Her birthday is this upcoming weekend, and she wants as many cards as she can get.

Her friends and family say people from all over are sending them. 

If you would like to send one, here's the address of a family friend, where you can send the cards.

                 Mike Graves - Cards for Ava

                 104 9th ST SE Altoona, IA 50009

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