I Can't Fix This

Ohden, Melissa
May 2015
National Right to Life News;May2015, p12
A reprint of the article "I Can't Fix This," by Melissa Ohden that first ran on "The Mighty" in March 2015 is presented. It expresses the author's struggles over her daughter's complex medical issues which has baffled her family and doctors for several months. The article mentions childhood syndromes, disorders and diseases.


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