Children's Hospital Heroes: Shantisa Anderson
January 25, 2018 - Fox 4 News
A young woman from far east Texas has called Children's Medical Center in Dallas her second home for years. She was born with sickle cell disease. While she admits it has slowed her down, she is thankful for the people it has brought into her life. Now Shantisa Anderson's is giving back with her voice as a highlight of the recent Children's Health Annual Radiothon.
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