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Four-year-old Lizzie Gold, who has Pallister-Killian syndrome, with massage therapist Candace Linares of Crescent Cove

Emily Gold picks up her four-year-old Lizzie, who has Pallister-Killian syndrome, after Lizzie had her monthly home visit massage therapy session with Candace Linares of Crescent Cove (an organization whose mission is to create a children’s residential hospice and respite care home in Minnesota) at the Gold family's home near Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 22, 2015.

Emily and David Gold have four children: Grace (7 months), Hannah (2 1/2), Lizzie (4 1/2), and Charlie (6).

Photo by Angela Jimenez for Minnesota Public Radio www.angelajimenezphotography.com

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Emily Gold picks up her four-year-old Lizzie, who has Pallister-Killian syndrome, after Lizzie had her monthly home visit massage therapy session with Candace Linares of Crescent Cove (an organization whose mission is to create a children’s residential hospice and respite care home in Minnesota) at the Gold family's home near Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 22, 2015. <br />
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Emily and David Gold have four children: Grace (7 months), Hannah (2 1/2), Lizzie (4 1/2), and Charlie (6).<br />
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Photo by Angela Jimenez for Minnesota Public Radio www.angelajimenezphotography.com