Lynbrook family creates to-do list for terminally ill daughter

The Linzer family says Quinn suffers from a rare genetic disorder called Neiman-Pick Disease, Type A. The disease causes brain and body regression. Doctors told

The Linzer family's 9-month-old daughter suffers from

The Linzer family's 9-month-old daughter suffers from a rare genetic disorder. (February 24, 2013 10:26 PM)

A Long Island family is trying to make the most of their 9-month-old daughter's short life. The Linzer family says Quinn suffers from a rare genetic disorder called Neimann-Pick Disease Type A. The disease causes brain and body regression. Doctors told the family that it is unlikely that Quinn will live past her first birthday. To make the most of her time here, the family has made a to-do list...

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