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Dischem sponsors formula milk to twins diagnosed with an incurable disease

Written by: Elizabeth Kgabane

Dischem assists Northcliff twins diagnosed with hollow visceral myopathy, a degenerative neuromuscular disease of the digestive system.

The twins will receive a year's supply of a special formula called Neocate Junior following a plea on social media.

The mother of the twins Loren explained in an interview with 702’s Joanne Joseph that Neocate Junior is much needed for the twins as it is an amino-based formula and it is already broken down, making it ready to use by the boys.

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