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Robert Downey Jr makes terminally ill boy's dream come true

Robert Downey Jr hung out with a terminally ill British boy on Saturday, making his dream come true.

Aaron Hunter has a rare syndrome called ROHHAD, which causes previously healthy children to gain weight and develop breathing difficulties.
He posted a video online pleading to meet Iron Man. To his surprise, after the #AaronNeedsIronMan campaign went viral, the Avengers star FaceTimed him.

Robert Downey Jr's foundation now supports Aaron's charity.

No about science or technology, just RDJ being a really classy guy.
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