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San Francisco, a charity and city residents came together to let a five year old leukemia sufferer play crime fighting \(***)Batkid\(***) and fulfil a wish to be a superhero for a day.
His day started with a television appeal from the city\(***)s police chief, Greg Suhr, and ended with him aiding a grown up Batman stop Gotham City\(***)s most fiendish criminals.
Miles, also known as BatKid and Batman after they arrest the Riddler.
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Miles was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 18 months old, but ended treatments in June and is in remission.
Miles\(***) father Nick Scott thanked the crowd, organisers and the city.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee later proclaimed November 15 to be \(***)Batkid Day Forever\(***).
The US President, Barack Obama, said in a message: \(***) Way to go, Miles! Way to save Gotham!\(***).
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