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September 13, 2013
Source - NPR
Dr. James Olson, of Seattle Children’s Hospital, discusses how treating patients with science and hope helps to not only support his patients and their families through rough times, but also helps keep him grounded. This article ran in conjunction with “Why Painting Tumors Could Make Brain Surgeons Better."
Dr. Tony Woodward, medical director of emergency services at Seattle Children’s, discusses how to enjoy the hot weekend weather ... cont.
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