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In this May 24, 2011 photo, 11-inches of Haleigh Swick's hair lays on Megan Doty

Minnesota girl fights for her young life

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DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — When Megan Wegge twice donated her long, blond hair to "Locks of Love" last year, she didn't know that when she was 12 she would lose all of her own hair to the effects of chemotherapy.

When she laid the groundwork for her own business, "Chocolate for Children," to raise money for pediatric cancer research, Megan didn't know she would be diagnosed with a rare form of cancer herself.

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