As I’ve shared, Mary is a daredevil and everyday there is a new bump on her head or bruise on her cheek because she falls – a lot! As she is learning to walk I anticipate there to be some … Continue reading →
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Today Ethan Conley is a tall and thriving teenager but five years ago Ethan's parents didn't know if he would live after being diagnosed with a case of viral myositis with rhabdomyolysis. This extremely rare virus caused his muscles to break down, leading to multiple organ failure and 7 days on advanced life support. Ethan spent 31 days at Dayton Children's and thanks to the incredible staff that took care of him he was able to walk out and live a normal life! Check out the rest of Ethan's incredible story of survival! http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/sucess_stories/ethan_conley_2015/index.html