Home' Scoop : Scoop 52 Winter 2010 Contents revised their procedures with patients who may have it, and the greatest
success of the foundation is the seachange in the way doctors now look at
the symptoms, particularly the early ones, such as the cold hands and feet,
muscle pain, fever and pale skin colour."
Barry and Lorraine have lost their daughter but their love for her goes
on in the foundation s work. And there s even a reminder of the little girl
who loved to ride at the bottom of the garden. "Her grey pony is still going,
32-years-old now. It s like he s waiting for her to come back."
RIDING ON: (clockwise from left) Amanda
Young riding her grey pony; Lorraine and
Barry Young; receiving the National
Volunteer Award from Raelene Boyle in 2003.
BARRY & LORRAINE YOUNG PORTRAIT Emma Van Dordrecht
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