Friday, June 1, 2012
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The Crowe family credits the Children's Medical Center for saving their daughter's life.
It was Mother's Day 2007 when 9-month-old Mallory had her first seizure. She would make countless trips to the Children's Medical Center, battling 14 different seizures in less than six years.
It all came to a head in 2008 when Mallory landed in intensive care for a week.
Doctors diagnosed Mallory with viral meningitis, and her mother spent every day and night by her side.
Now, three years later, Mallory is up and about. Her challenge now is speech and physical therapy.
That's where the doctors at the Children's Medical Center come in.
Thanks to your donations, young people like Mallory can grow up to become athletes and ballerinas, leaving behind the hospital bed for the playground.
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