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RMH Staff Helps Mom Remain Hopeful and Optimistic

Guest post by C.J. Kirkland It was a mother’s intuition that brought Sharnelle and her son Jericho to Memphis and the Ronald McDonald House. It is her strength and the prayers of her ancestors that keep her going.    When Jericho was diagnosed with retinoblastoma they were given a choice of two hospitals at which he could receive care. During their visit to the first hospital she was told all of the things they could not do, reminded of all the promises they could not make.... Read More
Posted by John Parie at Tuesday, January 26, 2016 | 0 comments
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