Breakfast for Madden Diabo

May 2013
Eastern Door;5/3/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 17, p13
The article offers information on the case history of 3-year-old Madden Diabo from Quebec who has Down Syndrome and recently diagnosed with leukemia.


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