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By Christopher Cadelago | March 18, 2009
A 6-year-old girl with short bangs and big, bright eyes bounced off the walls of her mother’s office, gnawed a piece of fried chicken, and checked off her favorite after-school activities: swimming, diving, ballet, tae kwon do, gymnastics, softball and tennis. “On the days Zoe’s like this, things are good,” said Burbank resident Lizzette Schley. “She is just like the rest of her fellow kindergartners, except for one difference.” Zoe was diagnosed in 2006 with ankylosing spondylitis, a genetic form of arthritis that causes the spine and joints to swell.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 18, 2009
A 6-year-old girl with short bangs and big, bright eyes bounced off the walls of her mother’s office, gnawed a piece of fried chicken, and checked off her favorite after-school activities: swimming, diving, ballet, tae kwon do, gymnastics, softball and tennis. “On the days Zoe’s like this, things are good,” said Burbank resident Lizzette Schley. “She is just like the rest of her fellow kindergartners, except for one difference.” Zoe was diagnosed in 2006 with ankylosing spondylitis, a genetic form of arthritis that causes the spine and joints to swell.
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