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The bouncy little girl is still in business months later, yet the money is going toward something entirely different: surgery on her brain. Last month, doctors determined a series of seizures that Liza began suffering were caused by cerebral malformations that needed repair, said her mother, Elizabeth Scott. Always eager to help out and with an eye toward entrepreneurship after a childhood spent around a small business, the little girl volunteered to help raise money for her upcoming operation. But people are putting in a lot more as word spreads of her medical condition and her attitude. Liza was still in the hospital after suffering two major seizures when she came up with the idea to help out with the stand, said her mom, who also has a preschool-age boy. Yet Liza wanted to help, and she has. The story is yet another sign that the U.
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Liza Scott, who is running a lemonade stand to help fund her own brain surgery, holds a donation Tuesday at her mother's bakery in Homewood, Ala. Mother Elizabeth Scott said the family has good health insurance, but expenses are still high and the 7-year-old girl wanted to help out. Jay Reeves, Associated Press. A 7-year-old girl who used a lemonade stand to help raise money for her own brain surgery underwent a successful operation on Monday, her mother said.