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September 26, 2013
Source - Puget Sound Business Journal
Dr. Daniel Rubens, a physician and researcher at Seattle Children’s Hospital, made another breakthrough in his research into Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), a mysterious disease that leaves grieving parents looking for answers that science has yet to provide.
It sounds like a miracle drug. Boys who are slowly dying from a form of Muscular Dystrophy get on a new medicine and make a ... cont.
Rob Levin was stunned to hear that his son, a ninth-grader at Seattle’s Roosevelt High, was already smoking pot with his ... cont.
A 13-year-old boy in Seattle has just been released from a hospital after surviving the ravages of a flesh-eating bacteria. CBS ... cont.
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