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One Enzyme Short: How a Clinical Trial Made All the Difference for a Young Boy with a Metabolic Disease
December 18, 2014
Sutton Piper, 3, was born with a metabolic disorder that made his muscles too weak for crawling, walking and talking. After being referred to Dr. Sihoun Hahn, a biochemical geneticist at Seattle Children’s, Sutton is bouncing on his mini-trampoline and chatting up a storm. Sutton Piper came into the world on his own terms: nine […]
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