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A young child presents with a rapidly enlarging neck mass. His mother reports that the child has been losing weight unintentionally and complains of neck discomfort. Palpation of the neck mass reveals a palpable, nonmobile mass within the anterior and lateral aspect of the neck. Genetic analysis of the biopsy specimen reveals an 8:14 translocation. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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