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  • Meet AJ McKenzie, a young superman

    Meet AJ McKenzie, a young superman

    Thursday, May 31 2012 5:36 PM EDT2012-05-31 21:36:51 GMT
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    TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) – AJ McKenzie is a living example that even superheroes get knocked down from time to time. AJ is battling a fairly rare form of lymphoma, but even while he's in the hospitalMore >>
    AJ McKenzie is a living example that even superheroes get knocked down from time to time. AJ is battling a fairly rare form of lymphoma, but even while he's in the hospital fighting his disease, the 8 year old keeps his spark.More >>
  • Meet 11 year old Eric Rine, Ohio's Champion Kid

    Meet 11 year old Eric Rine, Ohio's Champion Kid

    Tuesday, May 29 2012 6:32 PM EDT2012-05-29 22:32:37 GMT
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    BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) – Eric Rine, 11, is a Bowling Green 5th grader whose family has a long history with the Children's Miracle Network at Mercy Children's Hospital. Eric loves a game ofMore >>
    Eric Rine, 11, is a Bowling Green 5th grader whose family has a long history with the Children's Miracle Network at Mercy Children's Hospital.More >>
  • Children's Miracle Network helps Defiance family

    Children's Miracle Network helps Defiance family

    Monday, May 28 2012 5:21 PM EDT2012-05-28 21:21:39 GMT
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    DEFIANCE, OH (Toledo News Now) - Valerie Fogle endured what no parent ever wants to live through- the death of her son, Ethan Edward. Today, she and her husband Ben have a beautiful family; 10 year oldMore >>
    Valerie Fogle endured what no parent ever wants to live through- the death of her son, Ethan Edward.More >>
  • CHIP program helps family with autistic children

    CHIP program helps family with autistic children

    TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) – When the Coleman family's first child was diagnosed with autism, they were not sure where to turn. After searching for help, they found the Clinic Home Intensive Program,More >>
    When the Coleman family's first child was diagnosed with autism, they were not sure where to turn.  After searching for help, they found the Clinic Home Intensive Program, or CHIP program developed through Mercy Autism Services. The program uses clinical therapies with home-based consultation to help pre-school aged children cope and live with autism. More >>
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