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Family breaks GoFundMe donation record with campaign to save daughter

A young family reached out for help in saving their terminally ill daughter, and the Internet responded.
In July 2013, 4-year-old Eliza O'Neill was diagnosed with Sanfilippo syndrome, a fatal genetic metabolic disease, and her only hope lay in a drug that had not yet been tested on humans. Four months after the diagnosis, her parents, Glenn and Cara, started a GoFundMe campaign to help raise the $2.5 million needed to fund the clinical trial scheduled for the end of the year, according to their GoFundMe page.
With a month to go until the end of the fundraiser ...


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