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One mother's inspiring creation, the Hickman Hider


One mother's inspiring creation, the Hickman Hider

July 29, 2013


Source - KING 5 TV

Gayle Garson’s daughter, Robin, was only 9 months old when she was diagnosed with leukemia. She would need two years of chemotherapy and a central line inserted into her chest. In order to keep Robin’s curious little hands from fussing with the tubes, Gayle created the “Hickman Hider.” Robin is receiving treatment at Seattle Children’s.

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