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Local family praising 'Grey's Anatomy' for featuring rare disease


Local family praising 'Grey's Anatomy' for featuring rare disease

March 29, 2013


Source - KOMO TV

The storyline on Thursday night's episode of "Grey's Anatomy" is very personal for one of the actresses and some local families. The show tackled Kawasaki disease. This article features Aiden Englet, former patient at Seattle Children’s and Dr. Michael Portman of Seattle Children’s, foremost researcher on Kawasaki disease.

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