Boy, 7, Pays Homage to His Surgeon for Halloween

Landon Browne's costume is the doctor who gave him cochlear implants at Seattle Children's Hospital.
0:47 | 10/17/13

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A second grader in Seattle is getting -- Halloween costume inspiration from his real life hero. Seven year old Landon brown decided. That he wants to be doctor Jay Rubin steam for Halloween landed was nearly completely deaf until doctor Rubin -- perform to cochlear implant operations. Decided that -- at some recognition doctorate in Atlantic has been a big help to him in his research. I'm very grateful to him for all the efforts he's made done an unarmed African. And for him to do this makes it clear that he feels the same way. Now Landon says you can listen to music and likes to -- box and it's hearing problems don't slowing down at all -- this. -- -- yeah yeah. Not -- With all those smarts may be -- a burlap to be at doctor himself.

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