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It started with a phone call. A call that no parent wants to receive.
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It's been just shy of 2 years since we stayed at the Ronald McDonald House of Providence. Those were the toughest days.
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Meet Julian and his mom, Carissa Dudley, who believes that "...the Ronald McDonald House is ...like a load off your back in a tough time".
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Kiah Goettlich's mother, Bridgett, was desperate for help as her once active daughter was no longer able to get out of bed. Bridgett recalled that "for 6 years we visited dozens of doctors seeking relief."
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When Conor first fell ill, it seemed to be a run-of-the-mill case of strep throat. But then the illness took an ugly turn. Soon Conor was unable to walk, his vision deteriorated and he could no longer read or write.
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During her 16th week of pregnancy, Alicia Garza heard the news no mother wanted to hear. Alicia learned that her son would be born with his intestines outside the abdominal wall.
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No parent should ever have to hear the words, "There's nothing more we can do for your child." But, Crystal Robb had to hear them not once, but twice.
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Two-year-old Kavan Bradford's parents returned home after a stem cell transplant in Boston. But a week later, Kavan contracted CMV.
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Injured in an automobile accident and rushed to Hasbro Children's Hospital, Michael Boothe sustained a traumatic brain injury.
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"They say it takes a village to raise children, but it takes a team of unselfish caregivers that volunteer their valued services to families like ours," Grandparents Nancy and Jerry Neto.