GREENSBORO, NC - Your baby's first steps, first words, first birthday. They're precious moments every parent looks forward to celebrating. But for one Greensboro family, those cherished happy times were filled with heartache.
Before Dillon Moore turned one, doctors diagnosed him with Sickle Cell Anemia and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It's a debilitating and deadly combination so rare, doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center believe he's the only boy in the world to have it.