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Johnstown infant heads to Minnesota for rare medical process

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Jackson Baldwin, the Johnstown infant with a rare skin disease, is headed to Minnesota on Friday to undergo testing in preparation for a potentially life-saving bone marrow transplant. Baldwin, also known as Baby Jax, is leaving with his mother, Jessica Valik, 22, to visit the University of Minnesota Amplatz’s Children Hospital. Amplatz is the only hospital in the United States that can perform the procedure, which is in stage two of clinical trials. They are ...


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