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Broward College graduate Xenia Boiko, who suffers from seizures and is assisted by her service dog, Bella, wasn't sure the day would come when she would get a college degree. But her dreams of a Bachelor's Degree came true in December and she now holds a degree in Special Education and hopes to help other students in need. Emily Michot The Miami Herald

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