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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Spaghetti dinner with a purpose

 

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Trinity Kellum will always be different.

Her family knew shortly after she was born, something was different about their child, yet the family still considers Trinity a blessing.

Shortly after her birth, Trinity was diagnosed with lobar holoprosencephaly. HPE occurs when the brain does not divide properly into its left and right hemispheres during its development. This improper division in the brain also results in facial abnormalities as well. There are four types of HPE and the type Trinity was diagnosed with is considered a mild form of the disorder, according to the website familiesforh...



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