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  • 'Superhero' kids, parents reunite with Community Regional hospital staff

    Parents Lia and Jeremy Marley, of Madera, talk about what it means to reunite with hospital staff after their son, Leo, 7 months old, spent two months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno after he was born at 29 weeks.

Parents Lia and Jeremy Marley, of Madera, talk about what it means to reunite with hospital staff after their son, Leo, 7 months old, spent two months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno after he was born at 29 weeks. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee
Parents Lia and Jeremy Marley, of Madera, talk about what it means to reunite with hospital staff after their son, Leo, 7 months old, spent two months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno after he was born at 29 weeks. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee

‘Superhero’ kids reunite at CRMC Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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