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A boy suffers for his father's crime

A.J. Burgess was born without kidneys. He spent the first 10 months of his life in a hospital in Atlanta. At 2 years old, he weighs only 25 pounds and has yet to take his first steps. He receives dialysis treatment daily and his health could take a fatal turn at any moment.

One can only imagine the suffering his parents must be going through. Luckily, A.J. is

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