A Special Wish brings superheroes and hot dogs to local boy battling cancer

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CLEVELAND - How do you make a little boy fighting a tough battle smile?

Hot dogs and superheroes of course.

Seven-year-old Izzy had part of the bone in his leg removed during his battle with cancer. Thankfully, he is doing much better now.

On Thursday, A Special Wish arranged for a few superheroes to visit him!

Batman, Cat Woman, Spider-man and Optimus Prime all stopped by.

They obviously brought hot dogs too since they're Izzy's favorite food.

A Special Wish Foundation Cleveland Chapter grants wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses between birth and age 20. There are currently 55 wish children at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital, University Hospitals Rainbows Babies and Children’s Hospital and The Ronald McDonald House.

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