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Alaska offers hope for a stricken son

August 01, 2013

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-klawock-disfigured-boy-20130731-dto,0,3824038.htmlstory

 

Source - Los Angeles Times


Dr. Richard Hopper, a doctor at Seattle Children's Hospital, has developed a ground-breaking surgical technique to help kids with Apert syndrome lead more normal lives. James Weatherwax, a patient treated at Seattle Children’s, is profiled in this story.

 

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