Alayah McCoy, 13, leans on her mom, Loukisha Olive McCoy, at their home in Chino, Calif., on Monday, February 19, 2018. Olive-McCoy, 44, has hereditary angioedema (HAE), a rare, life-threatening disease.

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Alayah McCoy, 13, helps prepare her mother, Loukisha Olive McCoy's, medication for her drug transfusion at their home in Chino, Calif. Each week, Olive McCoy injects medicine into her body.

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Alayah McCoy, 13, works on the computer while her brother Sekou, 10, watches.

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Loukisha Olive McCoy and her husband Ryan McCoy listen to Olive McCoy's doctor, Marc Riedl, MD, MS, not pictured, during her appointment at The US HAEA Angioedema Center at UC San Diego.

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Loukisha laughs with her son, Sekou McCoy, 10, while eating lunch at their home.

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Alayah helps her mother prepare for her drug transfusion.

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Loukisha Olive McCoy smiles at her son Sekou.

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Sekou McCoy washes dishes with his father, Ryan McCoy.

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Alayah hugs her mother after the drug transfusion at their home.

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Loukisha laughs after an appointment with her doctor in the reception area at The US HAEA Angioedema Center at UC San Diego in San Diego, Calif.

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Loukisha talks about her infusion medication.

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Loukisha Olive McCoy gets assistance with her wheelchair from her son after an appointment with her doctor.

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Sekou McCoy stands with his father, Ryan McCoy.

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Sekou watches a cartoon on a tablet in the bedroom he shares with his sister.

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Alayah helps prepare her mother's medication for a drug transfusion at their home.

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The family sits in the reception area before an appointment at The US HAEA Angioedema Center at UC San Diego in San Diego.

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