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Medical expense fund set for Hoisington boy

HOISINGTON — A medical expense fund has been established for 4-year-old Cameron Grubb, Hoisington, who has been diagnosed with Midaortic Syndrome and Renovascular Hypertension, an extremely rare condition affecting children and young adults. It is characterized by progressive narrowing of the abdominal aorta and its major branches. Affecting the child’s kidneys, this condition causes extreme hypertension and may require several procedures, including extensive surgery to be corrected.
Currently, Cameron and his parents, Mitch and Jackie Grubb, are traveling weekly to a neurologist and a nephrologist in Wichita because Cameron also has a cyst on his brain, which is secondary to ...

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