A Mother's Touch

McKenna, Pat
April 1999
Airman;Apr99, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p32
Focuses on Linda Murphy and her daughter Elizabeth, who has cerebral palsy. Description of her daughter's illness; Probable causes of her daughter's cerebral palsy; Advice given to Linda by her pediatricians; How Linda takes care of Elizabeth.


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