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The bill has been introduced 10 times and has never come to a vote before the full House of Representatives.
'Last Christmas morning when he crashed, I asked for a miracle, and I got one. He rose to fame as an ambassador for children with Down Syndrome and the families who love them His mother added that Colton's Facebook page will stay up as a place to share memories.
Later Saturday, Terre Haute Chief of Police John Plasse offered words of support to the family in a message to the Tribune-Star:'I would ask that people keep the Murray family in their thoughts and prayers as they deal with the tragic loss of Colton.
The double below-the-knee amputee will continue to advocate about the potential risks associated with tampons as she gets accustomed to her new prosthetic.
Since last week's surgery, Wasser has had visitors including Paralympian Amy Purdy, who is also a double amputee.
Women are most at risk of getting toxic shock syndrome during menstruation and particularly if they are using tampons, have recently given birth, or are using an internal barrier contraceptive such as a diaphragm.
#Colton Strong.' Colton's parents only discovered that he had Down Syndrome shortly after his birth in December 2015, it was discovered he had Down Syndrome.Colton also had one, instead of two, heart ventricles.
I’m in great spirits though and ready for my next chapter,' Wasser said in an Instagram post.Wasser's body had produced calcium which caused the bones on her remaining foot to grow as her brain's way of telling the missing toes to grow back.'My left foot has an open ulcer, no heel, and no toes,' she wrote last month in an op-ED featured in In Style.'I'm in daily excruciating pain.' She has needed surgery to shave down the bone because it became too unbearable to walk.Heart defects are common with a Down Syndrome diagnosis, although a single ventricle is rare.Surgeries, including open-heart surgery, would follow but to no avail.Wasser is advocating for a bill called the Robin Danielson Act, named after a woman who died from TSS in 1998, which directs the National Institutes of Health to do research on the potential health risks of feminine hygiene products.