Brianna Minnich Blue Lights

A brave girl suffering from a liver condition which turns her YELLOW has to spend up to 12 hours a day under bright blue ultra violet lights to stay healthy. Brianna Minnich, nine, spends each night tucked up in bed beneath the UV lights she needs to help battle the rare disease which can sometimes lead to brain damage. Her skin and eyes turn yellow whenever she has a sudden change in mood caused by illness, injury, stress, being bullied at school or even arguing with her brother.

A brave girl suffering from a liver condition which turns her YELLOW has to spend up to 12 hours a day under bright blue ultra violet lights to stay healthy. Brianna Minnich, nine, spends each night tucked up in bed beneath the UV lights she needs to help battle the rare disease which can sometimes lead to brain damage. Her skin and eyes turn yellow whenever she has a sudden change in mood caused by illness, injury, stress, being bullied at school or even arguing with her brother.

A brave girl suffering from a liver condition which turns her YELLOW has to spend up to 12 hours a day under bright blue ultra violet lights to stay healthy. Brianna Minnich, nine, spends each night tucked up in bed beneath the UV lights she needs to help battle the rare disease which can sometimes lead to brain damage. Her skin and eyes turn yellow whenever she has a sudden change in mood caused by illness, injury, stress, being bullied at school or even arguing with her brother.

A brave girl suffering from a liver condition which turns her YELLOW has to spend up to 12 hours a day under bright blue ultra violet lights to stay healthy. Brianna Minnich, nine, spends each night tucked up in bed beneath the UV lights she needs to help battle the rare disease which can sometimes lead to brain damage. Her skin and eyes turn yellow whenever she has a sudden change in mood caused by illness, injury, stress, being bullied at school or even arguing with her brother.

A brave girl suffering from a liver condition which turns her YELLOW has to spend up to 12 hours a day under bright blue ultra violet lights to stay healthy. Brianna Minnich, nine, spends each night tucked up in bed beneath the UV lights she needs to help battle the rare disease which can sometimes lead to brain damage. Her skin and eyes turn yellow whenever she has a sudden change in mood caused by illness, injury, stress, being bullied at school or even arguing with her brother.