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Genetically Speaking

January 15, 2014

By Emily Boyer I remember the days that followed Logan’s diagnosis in snapshots. I remember some things very vividly and other things I wouldn’t remember if I was shown a videotape. It all came together on one big twisted rollercoaster. One thing I do remember is the hematology team assuring us, almost confidently, that Logan’s […]

Girls Have Hemophilia, Too!

January 7, 2014

My childhood was relatively normal. I grew up the oldest of three children, had two caring and attentive parents, and did well in school. As a family, we went on regular vacations. I faced many challenges growing up and did not know at the time that they were related to an undiagnosed bleeding disorder. There […]

Mommy, I Think You Might Need RICE for That

June 19, 2013

                I am notoriously klutzy. I always have been. My father used to joke that he should have named me “Grace” because I managed to spill a drink every Sunday at dinner. When I was a kid, I would walk into walls, and growing up in the South, […]


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