(Mankato, MN) – A one-year-old girl with a rare disorder will get a financial boost to help combat her disease from a popular local restaurant.
Chloe Hoyle, the daughter of Joshua and Kristen, is a happy little girl recently diagnosed with Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS). BOS is an extremely rare disorder that can cause a multitude of anomalies, including seizures, breathing through a trach, eating through a tube, low muscle tone, and sight and vision aides. Chloe has recently had several long-lasting seizures that have required hospitalization.
On Tuesday, June 25th, Buffalo Wings & Rings on Adams Street will donate ten percent of each tab, including take-out between 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. to Chloe and her family.
There are fewer than 200 known cases of BOS worldwide.
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