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Nicole Krahn spent her early childhood receiving treatments at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin several times weekly to correct a condition that threatened to stunt her growth. She received intravenous nourishment for several years at the hospital, and was cared for by a nurse she liked who she called Sweet Lynnie.
Now, Krahn, a 30-year-old RN, works at an arthritis paint treatment clinic near Milwaukee. Recently she began caring for 66-year-old Lynn Bartos, who spends three to five hours every five weeks at the clinic for arthritis treatment, according to Milwaukee Sentinel reporter Jim Stingl.