Kelsey Dyer took a photograph of Waylon Rainey, 2, as Kentucky children participated in a national campaign, Battle Scars, to raise awareness of congenital heart disease.
Kelsey Dyer took a photograph of Waylon Rainey, 2, as Kentucky children participated in a national campaign, Battle Scars, to raise awareness of congenital heart disease.
Kelsey Dyer took a photograph of Waylon Rainey, 2, as Kentucky children participated in a national campaign, Battle Scars, to raise awareness of congenital heart disease.

Families gain platform, hope with videos of congenital heart disease victims

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