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Mitchell's Journey - THE HUMAN COST

Today we remember.

As written by his father Christopher Jones.

"On March 2nd, 2013, our sweet son passed away from acute heart failure as a result of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This is a short memorial to a boy whose broken heart has touched tens of thousands of lives across the globe.
The purpose of Mitchell's Journey was originally to help close family and friends keep tabs on developments with his heath - but it has turned into something much larger than we expected. Within his journey you'll find a candid, intimate and often unapologetic look at the human cost of muscular dystrophy and heart disease. 
Mitchell's Journey is not over. Not by a long shot. Mitchell's Journey will continue to tell his story of bravery, generate awareness, and help others who struggle find hope, faith and courage to face their own challenges."

LIFE IS A GIFT
FAMILY A TREASURE; WE WILL NEVER TAKE FOR GRANTED

WE HAVE CHANGED

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