Cedar Falls twins advocate for hospital that saved them

The twins from Cedar Falls also learned how to speak eloquently about their cystic fibrosis, and just came back from speaking to their United States senators and congressmen about it in Washington, D.C.

"We basically told them the University of Iowa (Children's) Hospital is important to us, 'cause they saved our lives multiple times," said Maren Denison.

"I stayed for 58 days, Maren for 63" when the twins were born at the Children's Hospital, said Maren's brother, Berne Denison. They have had other surgeries and hospital stays since then.

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