During a recent visit to our Ronald McDonald House by Ohio State University football players, which was arranged by the Cohesion Foundation, safety Malik Hartford had an opportunity to meet 16-year-old Brianna, a very special Nationwide Children’s Hospital patient who just had a very rare pancreas surgery. In this video, Brianna’s mother, Natasha Troyer explains she brought her daughter to Columbus from
Holmes County because, after 9 years, an expert doctor was able to perform a surgery that would rid Brianna of a future tormented by a rare disease. Click the image below to watch.
In the crowded room, it was sometimes hard to hear, so for closed captioning, watch the video on Youtube and click “cc”.