Touching awards ceremony for Oklahoma children fighting for their lives

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OKLAHOMA CITY - There are victories won each day at the Jimmy Everest Center in Oklahoma City.

The Center provides first-class treatment for children battling cancer.

We feature their bravery weekly on NewsChannel 4 at 5 p.m. in our series called 'Kids with Courage.'

At the Center Wednesday, those kids along with their doctors and nurses were awarded an engraved gold medal.

It is a symbol of the victories they achieve daily in the fight for health.

Along with the special ceremony, the children were also treated to a bubble station, a coloring station and even a temporary tattoo if they wanted one!

In the past year, more than 100 children were diagnosed with cancer at the Children's Hospital.


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