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Green Bay takes steps to fight Crohn's disease

9:44 PM, Jun. 13, 2013
Volunteer Dawn Wilson organizes patient files Thursday at Aurora BayCare Medical Center on the east side of Green Bay.
Volunteer Dawn Wilson organizes patient files Thursday at Aurora BayCare Medical Center on the east side of Green Bay.
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Dawn Wilson has a message about Crohn's Disease: You can live a normal life but you have to be willing to fight for it.

Wilson, the 62-year-old mother of three and grandmother of 10, was diagnosed with the digestive disease two years ago.

Wilson, of Wrightstown, says Crohn's Disease, a debilitating inflammatory bowel disease, forced her to stay close to the bathroom and made it hard to do everyday things. ...

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