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Kilimanjaro: Undergoing Severe Exertion

Read about Laurie Kelley’s journey to Mt Kilimanjaro

 

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Teaching Your School-Age Child About Hemophilia

Published in August 2018 PEN With the start of the school year comes new teachers, nurses, and caretakers for your child. You may be explaining to many adults what hemophilia is and how they should properly respond if your child has an issue. But, how do you go about teaching your child about their hemophilia?

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“The journey is not easy…”

I’m writing from Arusha, Tanzania and tomorrow I start my hike up Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world! This will be my third time. I summited in 2011 and 2016—no easy feat! Why, at age 61, do this again? To raise money for our mission—Save One Life. We’ve asked our community to

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