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Cesar Martinez started feeling ill on Oct. 1, and was taken to Seattle Children’s Hospital in mid-October after he stopped be able to walk. After spending a month in the Seattle hospital fighting a type of transverse myelitis the Pasco High School student returned home this week and is working on walking again so he can return to school and marching band. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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