Jennifer Alcazar, who suffers from terminal brain cancer, celebrates birthday in Orangeburg with Cinderella

Friends and family celebrated Jennifer Alcazar's 10th birthday in Orangeburg with face painting, dancing and even a visit from Cinderella.

Friends and family celebrated Jennifer Alcazar's 10th birthday in Orangeburg with face painting, dancing and even a visit from Cinderella.

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ORANGEBURG - A White Plains girl battling terminal brain cancer celebrated her birthday today in style.

Friends and family celebrated Jennifer Alcazar's 10th birthday in Orangeburg with face painting, dancing and even a visit from Cinderella.

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Alcazar's celebrated the princess party in her home because her illness keeps her from flying to Disney World. Since June, she has spent most of her time in the hospital, and a recent infection is sending her back to the hospital soon.

Jennifer says she would also someday like to visit her grandfather in Mexico.

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