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Paxton and his parents, Tasha Licence and Ryan Brummund. Paxton began having symptoms like a runny nose and watery eyes around his first birthday. After his symptoms worsened, a brain scan revealed a large tumor in the back of his brain and along the brainstem. Submitted photo

Staying strong for Paxton; Toddler’s parents, Perham community pray and hope for the little ‘Superman’ struggling with brain tumor

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“I felt something was wrong,” said Tasha Licence. “Something was hurting in his head.”

The Perham woman’s son, 20-month-old Paxton Brummund, started having odd symptoms around the time of his first birthday.

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