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Zoe Adler Bishop
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Friday, 30 August 2019

Prime7 Orange, Orange: Taleah Elkington, who lost her leg to bone cancer in 2018, is hitting school again

Taleah Elkington, who lost her leg to bone cancer in 2018, is hitting the school again. Her long stay at the Children's Hospital was eased with a visit from Camp Quality puppet, which also visited her
Prime7 Orange, Orange, Prime Local News, Madelaine Collignon and Karl Lijnders, 30 Aug 2019 6:14:42 PM

Taleah Elkington, who lost her leg to bone cancer in 2018, is hitting the school again. Her long stay at the Children's Hospital was eased with a visit from Camp Quality puppet, which also visited her at school.

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