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Gazette Premium Content Broncos receiver Wes Welker autographs young girl's head in support of her cancer battle

ABC7 Denver Updated: April 1, 2014 at 6:26 pm
ABC7 Denver Updated: April 1, 2014 at 6:26 pm • Published: April 1, 2014

AURORA - A girl battling cancer got some star-studded support Tuesday at an event at Children's Hospital in Aurora, and she has autographs on her head to prove it. Delaney Clements, 11, is fighting stage IV neuroblastoma, a cancer that attacks nerve tissue. Her treatments made her hair fall...

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AURORA - A girl battling cancer got some star-studded support Tuesday at an event at Children's Hospital in Aurora, and she has autographs on her head to prove it.

Delaney Clements, 11, is fighting stage IV neuroblastoma, a cancer that attacks nerve tissue. Her treatments made her hair fall out.

But at a celebrity chef cooking event at the hospital Tuesday, actor Jeffrey Donovan of the TV show "Burn Notice," and Denver Bronco wide receiver Wes Welker, spent some time with Clements and shared their support by answering her request for autographs by signing their names on her head.

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