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     May 14, 2018      #43-133 sdj
 
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Urijah Radke, 9, works on a home-school unit with the help of his mother, Jesselyn Jordan, on Tuesday in their Kankakee home. Urijah was diagnosed with a rare and incurable genetic disorder called Hunter syndrome just before his 3rd birthday. Jordan is advocating for Urijah and about 500 others like

Advocating for son is this mom's mission

Advocación para hijo, la mission de esta madre

Kiera Allen
kallen@daily-journal.com

Urijah Radke enjoys science experiments, soccer, DC superheroes, playing video games, the mystery of Bigfoot, being outside and tucking in his younger brother, 3-year-old Levi, and his younger sister, 2-year-old Sarai, at night.

These are all the things a big brother might like to do — except there’s one difference.

Urijah, 9, of Kankakee, has a rare disorder called Hunter syndrome, or mucopolysaccharidosis II (MPS II). He was diagnosed on Jan. 5, 2012, just before his third birthday.

Kiera Allen
kallen@daily-journal.com

Urijah Radke enjoys science experiments, soccer, DC superheroes, playing video games, the mystery of Bigfoot, being outside and tucking in his younger brother, 3-year-old Levi, and his younger sister, 2-year-old Sarai, at night.

These are all the things a big brother might like to do — except there’s one difference.

Urijah, 9, of Kankakee, has a rare disorder called Hunter syndrome, or mucopolysaccharidosis II (MPS II). He was diagnosed on Jan. 5, 2012, just before his third birthday.

Kiera Allen
kallen@daily-journal.com

Urijah Radke disfruta de experimentos científicos, fútbol, ​​superhéroes de DC, juegos de video, el misterio de Bigfoot, estar afuera y meter a su hermano menor, Levi de 3 años y a su hermana menor, Sarai de 2 años, en la noche .

Estas son todas las cosas que a un hermano mayor le gustaría hacer, excepto que hay una diferencia.

Urijah, de 9 años, de Kankakee, tiene un raro trastorno llamado síndrome de Hunter, o mucopolisacaridosis II (MPS II). Fue diagnosticado el 5 de enero de ...

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Urijah Radke, 9, left chases his little brother Levi, 3, while playing soccer Tuesday in the backyard of their Kankakee home. Urijah was diagnosed with a rare and incurable genetic disorder called Hunter syndrome just before his third birthday. His mother, Jesselyn Jordan, is advocating for Urijah a
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