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Children's HealthLink Special: Big Breakthroughs, Small Miracles


Children's HealthLink Special: Big Breakthroughs, Small Miracles

June 14, 2012


Source - KING 5 TV

Medical care for kids continues to improve and change every day, thanks to new discoveries and procedures at Seattle Children's. KING 5’s Jean Enersen explores the latest breakthroughs and how pediatric medicine has advanced through the years.

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