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Recently we introduced you to Grace Norman, a patient of Michael Albert, MD, director of sports medicine and orthopaedics, who has kept her up and running with the goal of making the 2016 Paralympic team. Just this past weekend, Grace set two world records at the Ontario Para-Athletics Championships in Canada. Grace established world records in the 800-meter event and the 1,500-meter event in the T-44 class, which means below-knee amputations. Help us in congratulating Grace on her outstanding accomplishments! Check out more of her story on our website... http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/sucess_stories/4e462fbd80c9ca1e/index.html
"There are too many wonderful days with patients to limit it down to a favorite, but every time a patient who left here gives me a big hug, it renews me." Scott Stewart, MD, chief resident, Dayton Children's.