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Shopping spree brightens spirits of teen diagnosed with cancer

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Keaton Keaton
Employees lined the hall to greet Keaton. Employees lined the hall to greet Keaton.
Keaton shopped for Christmas presents and items for his trip. Keaton shopped for Christmas presents and items for his trip.
Keaton will get to take a trip to St. Lucia. Keaton will get to take a trip to St. Lucia.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A shopping spree might be just what the doctor ordered for a teenager diagnosed with osteosarcoma.

Thursday 17-year-old Keaton was greeted by rows of smiling employees as he entered Macy's in Oxmoor Centre as part of the Macy's Believe campaign and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

WAVE 3 News Photojournalist Jeff Knight was with Keaton as he picked the perfect presents to place under his family's tree and prepare him for the trip of a lifetime.

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