Family of boy who wowed Obama opens up about his battle with schizophrenia
The family of Joey Hudy, the boy who famously showed off his marshmallow cannon to President Obama at a 2012 science fair at the White House, is now navigating the mental health care system after he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports on what’s at stake for the Hudys and for people battling mental health issues.
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