Lisa Esenbock and her son Logan, 2, are adjusting to the retirement of UK's Dr. Charlton Mabry, the "Michael Jordan of newborn metabolic conditions."
Lisa Esenbock and her son Logan, 2, are adjusting to the retirement of UK's Dr. Charlton Mabry, the "Michael Jordan of newborn metabolic conditions." ©2011
Lisa Esenbock and her son Logan, 2, are adjusting to the retirement of UK's Dr. Charlton Mabry, the "Michael Jordan of newborn metabolic conditions." ©2011

Lack of specialist at UK affects kids with rare disorders

December 11, 2011 12:00 AM

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