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Charlie Knuth, 7, from Appleton, Wis. holds his stuffed animals. Knuth has been to Amplatz Children's Hospital twice for stem cell transplants.Wounds from his rare disease, recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB), used to cover 90 percent of his skin, throat, intestinal tract and eyes. After the transplants, they cover about 5 percent.

[Photo] Rare Disease Day calls for awareness of the unfamiliar

March 3, 2014

Charlie Knuth, 7, from Appleton, Wis. holds his stuffed animals. Knuth has been to Amplatz Children's Hospital twice for stem cell transplants.Wounds from his rare disease, recessive dystrophic epidermolysis...