Mother and Daughter bond over Brittle Bone disease

Dorothy Hohl has osteogenesis imperfect that is brittle bone disease. This defective gene causes the body to not produce enough collagen, leading bones to easily break and fracture. When she got pregnant nearly 20 years ago, doctors told Dorothy that there was a 50-50 chance that she would pass the same disorder on to her daughter, Savannah. But still she decided to carry on her pregnancy. When Dorothy gave birth the doctors delivered the news that her daughter also has brittle bone disease. See how both Dorothy and Savannah go through life with an incredible amount of confidence, grace and humor.

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