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Alexa Brown heading home to Clyde

News 11 has been following the journey of a little girl from Clyde as she traveled to Vermont for an experimental cancer treatment.

The trip did not bring Alexa Brown the news she was hoping for. An MRI revealed a new tumor in her brain, which means she no longer qualifies for the treatment.

The family is now headed home and giving Alexa much love and support.

We began a video blog with Alexa at the beginning of this week when she was heading to Vermont. You can watch her videos and read more of her story right here. Just click the attached category "The incredibly courageous Alexa Brown, girl reporter." 

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