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Pinpointing Pancreatitis: How Family History Played a Role in Amber’s Painful Illness
November 22, 2017
It’s holiday time in the Louden household. However, this year is unlike any other. For the first time in 11 years, 17-year-old Amber Louden will be able to join her family at the Thanksgiving table and indulge in some of her favorite dishes pain-free. “I remember Thanksgiving two years ago; I ate so much food […]
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