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Clifton Hon, a security officer at Cincinnati Children's, crossed paths with Amy Elam, another hospital employee, each night when she passed him on the way to her car. They always had a smile or a greeting, but they bonded over talk of cancer.
Twelve-year-old Shane DiGiovanna has never gone a day in his life without bandages. He was born with a rare skin condition known as EB, or epidermolysis bullosa, which means his skin is so fragile that just touching it could break it.
Max Meyer counts each day. Every mark on the calendar is another day since he received bone marrow from his 17-month-old sister, Ellee, during a transplant at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
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