Baby Easton, the infant born with a rare disease that makes his skin blister with the slightest touch, is finally coming home to Auburn after months of being in a Cincinnati hospital. 3-month-old Easton Friedel has been battling Epidermolysis Bullosa in specialized care at a hospital in Cincinnati since August. Baby Easton had successful skin grafts on his legs this past Friday and hasn't had an infection so far. The family hopes that he will be able to return home on Friday.
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