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Seattle Children’s meets a critical community need, offering services for adults with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities.
When children with epilepsy run out of treatment options, MRI-guided laser ablation surgery offers hope for a seizure-free life.
A new bowel management program and quality of life database help the Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine Clinic improve long-term outcomes.
Seattle Children’s researchers develop an iPad app to address key teen health issues and provide guidance for using social media safely.
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