Hair today, gone tomorrow ... for a cause

KINGFISHER -- For more than a year, Adam Morgan's hair grew, as did the list of comments about him being a cute little girl. But he endured the ribbing to produce the results he wanted and was able, when he finally got his hair cut, to help other children battling cancer.
Oklahoman Published: February 6, 2013
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KINGFISHER -- For more than a year, Adam Morgan's hair grew, as did the list of comments about him being a cute little girl. But he endured the ribbing to produce the results he wanted and was able, when he finally got his hair cut, to help other children battling cancer.



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