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The first annual Walk to End Hydrocephalus in the Tampa Bay area

The more I try to tell him Linere, you know there are going to be limitations or things that you are not going to probably be able to do, he shows me differently.

Gabriella Angotti-Jones | Times Linere Garrett, 14, watches a Christmas-themed "Sesame Street" episode while waiting for his ultrasound appointment at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL, in St. Petersburg, FL, on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. Garrett has Hydrocephalus, a disease where fluid builds up in the brain. Garrett has endured over 16 non programmed brain procedures, and has three shunts in his brain to help drain the excess fluid. He receives regular ultrasounds to check up on his shunts for complications or infection.


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