"Between these two kids, they've had over 2,500 chemotherapy treatments in the past three years," explained Scott McGann, a volunteer for the organization Hunt of a Lifetime. "These kids have been through heck. We just need to give them a week of fun." That's exactly what they came to Idaho to do.
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