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Read about ‘31 Days of Miracles’ on Wishing Well in October

Oct. 2, 2013, 10:41 AM

The Children’s Miracle Network, of which Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is a founding partner, turns 30 this year.

To celebrate, Wishing Well—the blog about child health and wellness hosted by Children’s Hospital—is sharing a special series in October. Called “31 Days of Miracles,” the series will feature daily stories told by patients, their families and Vanderbilt staff about health-related miracles involving everything from car accidents to organ transplants.

Follow the series by visiting and subscribing to Wishing Well or by following Children’s Hospital on Facebook.

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