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3 Year old has stroke and blood clots found in brain and lungs. Dr's amazed what to do? HELP!!
My very best friends daughter just turned three last week. She was limping and was brought to the Dr. They first thought lukemia. They then thought it was another type of cancer. They were both ruled out. Today they said she had a stroke and that she has blood clots in her lungs and brain. They are giving her blood thinners now but have no clue really what happened or why. I AM BEGGING... does anyone have any information on this or know anyone who has gone through this. The DR's say this is the first case any of them has seen. And she is at a great hospital with top Dr's. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP US!!!
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