Wednesday, June 19, 2024

MiaThrives

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Cuts and scrapes are a normal part of childhood, but for children with a rare genetic skin condition they can become very dangerous. Emily Boros-Rausch joined us this morning to tell us more about an organization called MiaThrives that keeps kids with epidermolysis bullosa connected.

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