UA Cheerleaders' Event Raises Awareness of Genetic Disorder

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May 6, 2013

Tuscaloos News Story
by Lydia Seabol Avant

Five-year-old Rhae Busby of Demopolis has had 186 broken bones in her lifetime and is often in constant pain because of osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder that causes her fragile bones to break easily.

But she excitedly sat next to University of Alabama mascot Big Al on Sunday, her pastel pink walker newrby, with a group of other little girls from Alabama with the same condition, all watching the Alabama cheerleaders practice...

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