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‘Baby Jax’ makes progress after marrow transplant

Jackson Baldwin, also known as Baby Jax, is shown around the time of his birthday in August of this year.
Jackson Baldwin, also known as Baby Jax, is shown around the time of his birthday in August of this year.
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A Johnstown baby has beaten medical odds and is responding positively to an experimental treatment to fight the rare, often-fatal disease that causes his skin to blister on contact. Jackson Baldwin, also known as Baby Jax, appears to have fully accepted genetically compatible bone marrow and stem cell transplants and is finding that his skin is able to heal better and does not blister as often. “The transplants worked. Jackson’s body has accepted it,” said ...


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