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Ronald McDonald House is a haven for families with sick children

Teagan, far right, and Tanner Klingenberg play together as older brother, Tyler, watches at their Milton home. Teagan, 5, was treated for leukemia three years ago. Her family made use of the Ronald McDonald House in Albany while she was at Albany Medical Center.
Photographer: Bruce Squiers
Teagan, far right, and Tanner Klingenberg play together as older brother, Tyler, watches at their Milton home. Teagan, 5, was treated for leukemia three years ago. Her family made use of the Ronald McDonald House in Albany while she was at Albany Medical Center.
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