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Arthritis not holding them back

Although they’ve had arthritis since they were toddlers, Brooklynn Wazura (pictured) and Tori Hildebrandt are now busy, active girls — a testament to the strides being made to keep this crippling ailment at bay.

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Although they’ve had arthritis since they were toddlers, Brooklynn Wazura (pictured) and Tori Hildebrandt are now busy, active girls — a testament to the strides being made to keep this crippling ailment at bay.

Jingle Bell Walk & Run for Arthritis

Tori Hildebrandt from MacGregor and Brooklynn Wazura of Brandon have a lot in common. They are both active young girls who play sports and play musical instruments.

They also live with Polyarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.

“Tori was diagnosed with arthritis when she was only 29 months,” says her mother Kristen Hildebrandt. “Over ...

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