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Diagnosing Kawasaki disease: “Grey’s Anatomy” mirrors real-life

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Diagnosing Kawasaki disease: “Grey’s Anatomy” mirrors real-life

March 28, 2013

http://pulse.seattlechildrens.org/diagnosing-kawasaki-disease-greys-anatomy-mirrors-real-life/

 

Source - On the Pulse Blog


Dr. Michael Portman of Seattle Children’s Research Institute, treats children with Kawasaki disease and also conducts research into the causes of the condition. Portman spoke with On the Pulse and answered a few questions related to the “Grey’s Anatomy” segment, his work and what parents should know about Kawasaki disease.

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