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Volunteers say granting wishes to ill children is a gift in itself

THE WISH Patrick Cadogan (right, with his brother Ryan) asked for two tickets to all of this year's Red Sox home games. Both boys suffer from neurofibromatosis type II. THE WISH Patrick Cadogan (right, with his brother Ryan) asked for two tickets to all of this year's Red Sox home games. Both boys suffer from neurofibromatosis type II. (Photos by michele mcdonald/globe staff)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / August 9, 2008

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Whenever Patrick Cadogan parks himself in seat No. 11 at Fenway Park this summer, his wish comes true. (Full article: 1303 words)

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