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You could call 58-year-old Linda Trepanier of Minnesota a fairy grandmother. The mom of three and grandmother of three adopted 3-year-old twins Matthew and Marshall, who were born with a rare genetic disease called Pfeiffer syndrome. The career nurse says people tell her she should be retiring, but she says she feels privileged to make a positive difference in the boys' lives. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki (twitter.com/LDVNews) has more.
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