Josh Myers holds his daughter Sophia Myers’ hand in the sunroom that was converted into a beautiful bedroom for her arrival home from the hospital on Monday. Sophia was hospitalized three weeks ago in the pediatric intensive care unit at USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital in Mobile. She is suffering from a rare, terminal brain tumor called diffuse intrinsic potine glioma.
Josh Myers holds his daughter Sophia Myers’ hand in the sunroom that was converted into a beautiful bedroom for her arrival home from the hospital on Monday. Sophia was hospitalized three weeks ago in the pediatric intensive care unit at USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital in Mobile. She is suffering from a rare, terminal brain tumor called diffuse intrinsic potine glioma. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Josh Myers holds his daughter Sophia Myers’ hand in the sunroom that was converted into a beautiful bedroom for her arrival home from the hospital on Monday. Sophia was hospitalized three weeks ago in the pediatric intensive care unit at USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital in Mobile. She is suffering from a rare, terminal brain tumor called diffuse intrinsic potine glioma. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com