Meet Mia Tatun.
After spending the first 23 days of her life in the NICU after being diagnosed with Noonan Syndrome, a genetic disorder that involves unusual facial characteristics, hear defects, bleeding issues, developmental delays and rib cage issues.
Today, Mia breathes with the help of a ventilator and can live at home with her parents, Bill and Judy Tatun, who joined us today during the Radiothon.
Annually, ill children from the region visit the Children's Hospital at Albany Medical Center more than 50,000 times on an outpatient basis and over 7,000 times as inpatients.
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