Los Angeles, CA (WDAY TV) - In Los Angeles the Make-A-Wish foundation granted the request of a young boy with a rare genetic disorder. "Look, I have another helicopter piece." Two things keep 8-year-old Dylan Prunty going, according to his mom. The doctors at Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Legos. Kapka Prunty/Mother: "It's magical.
Los Angeles, CA (CNN) - Special chemotherapy Barbie dolls are helping to give young cancer patients an emotional lift. One girl in California loved hers so much, her mom started a campaign to put them in the hands of other girls with cancer. It wasn't love at first sight for Grace Bumstead, 4, and Ella, a chemotherapy Barbie who's bald and wears wigs. Melissa Bumstead – Mother: "When they first met, she's like, 'OK, I get what's going on.' But it gave us the chance to say, 'Here's a beautiful, smiling doll.