Schultz speaks to Wautoma Kiwanis

Tamara Schultz, along with her daughter, Peighton, spoke to the Wautoma Kiwanis Club about Juvenile Arthritis during their morning meeting at Culver’s on Oct. 12. During her presentation, Tamara said Peighton was diagnosed with Juvenile Arthritis at age 2 and is now 4 years old. The reason why children get Juvenile Arthritis continues to be a mystery in the medical community. Tamara said there are about 300,000 babies, children and teens who have Juvenile Arthritis and girls are more at risk. 

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