Monthly clinics help patients manage blood disorders
Lylla Shorter, 3, of Peterstown, shows off her bandage after she had blood work at Charleston Area Medical Center's hemophiliac clinic.
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#1 Feb 6, 2013
That's my beautiful brave lil angel she did so good even after every stick she took she was a great lil soldier I had a very hard time with it for I was th one that had to hold her I hate seeing my baby hurt like that but the doctors were so great to her they took great care in everything they did we really thank all the nurses and doctors for being so kind and patient with my lovable child after the appointment we took her to a store and she picked out everything she wanted and it was bought for her and we went to chuck e cheese for some fun and games and good food then she decided she wanted to go to cabelas that is her favorite store although she was stuck and tested all day my angel still smiled and laughed after it all I am one very happy and proud father I love u lylla Kay shorter
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