In this June 19 photo provided by Dana Hoffmann, a 12-year-old Waukesha, Wis., girl who wished to remain unidentified held a thank-you poster for the many supporters from around the world who have sent her cards. The girl, stabbed 19 times in the legs, arms and torso, is making steady physical and emotional progress.
In this June 19 photo provided by Dana Hoffmann, a 12-year-old Waukesha, Wis., girl who wished to remain unidentified held a thank-you poster for the many supporters from around the world who have sent her cards. The girl, stabbed 19 times in the legs, arms and torso, is making steady physical and emotional progress. Dana Hoffmann AP
In this June 19 photo provided by Dana Hoffmann, a 12-year-old Waukesha, Wis., girl who wished to remain unidentified held a thank-you poster for the many supporters from around the world who have sent her cards. The girl, stabbed 19 times in the legs, arms and torso, is making steady physical and emotional progress. Dana Hoffmann AP

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