Years of Care Make a World of Difference for Maryland Teen

Colbe Henderson and his family will be at the starting line for Saturday's Race for Every Child, giving back to the health system that has treated him since he was 5 weeks old. Now 16, Colbe was diagnosed with sickle cell disease and then, at age 4, had a stroke and lost all strength in the right side of his body. Through two years of physical and speech therapy, he learned to walk and talk again. Wednesday is the last day to register for the Race for Every Child, a 5K run and walk, with a 100-year Kids Dash. Sign up today! Read the story from Fox 5, "Years of Care Make World of Difference for Maryland Teen."

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