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A Special Wish Foundation: Batman visits children at the Cleveland Clinic

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Batman, with A Special Wish Foundation visits the Cleveland Clinic. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation) Batman, with A Special Wish Foundation visits the Cleveland Clinic. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation)
Batman walking the halls of the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation) Batman walking the halls of the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation)
Batman visiting children. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation) Batman visiting children. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation)
Batman bringing smiles. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation) Batman bringing smiles. (Courtesy A Special Wish Foundation)
Siberius Corniuk (Courtesy of Siberius Corniuk's Facebook Fan page) Siberius Corniuk (Courtesy of Siberius Corniuk's Facebook Fan page)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Batman took some time off from fighting crime in Gothman City and dropped by the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital to visit brave five-year-old, Siberius Corniuk. 

Batman also visited some of the other children on the floor, to pass out fun gifts and bring a little fun to children who have been living with life-threatening disorders.

Siberius, who recently underwent a bone-marrow transplant, received some good news from Batman. A Special Wish Foundation in Cleveland is arranging his trip to Disney. When doctor's say he is well enough to travel, he'll be visiting his favorite characters at Walt Disney World. 

A Special Wish Foundation was founded in 1982, and the Cleveland Chapter is the oldest in Ohio. The organization is dedicated to granting wishes to children under 21 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening disorder. 

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