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Rare disorder forces baby to spend birthday at ICU

Baby Shea Fell (Photo Credit: gofundme.com)

A Prince George baby with a rare skin disease will have to spend his one-month-birthday at the Intensive Care Unit at B.C. Children's Hospital.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks to Bryn Fell about baby Shea Fell, and the community's support.

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