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Teen Gives Back to the Hospital That Saved His Life
December 05, 2016
When Skyler Hamilton was born, his mother called him her miracle baby. He was perfect. It wasn’t until he turned 7 years old when the family noticed something wasn’t quite right. What started as a limp quickly progressed into something unimaginable. Three months later, Skyler was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive brain tumor, medulloblastoma. […]
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