Family Can Go Home For The Holidays as Infant With Biliary Atresia Survives
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Family Can Go Home For The Holidays as Infant With Biliary Atresia Survives

It was a Christmas miracle for the Garcia family as their infant quickly recovered and was discharged from the hospital to enjoy the holiday at home, reported DailyMail. 1-year-old baby…

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Study Finds Better Screening for High-Risk Breast Cancer
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Study Finds Better Screening for High-Risk Breast Cancer

Latest research from a University of Chicago team found that dynamic contrast-enhanced MRIs (DCE-MRIs) were much better in early detection of breast cancer than annual mammograms for patients with high-risk…

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High School Student with Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Saved By Her Best Friend Performing CPR
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High School Student with Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Saved By Her Best Friend Performing CPR

High school student, Molly Alter, fell limp while braiding her best friend, Jackie Acierno’s hair, and it was the heroic actions of Jackie to perform CPR that saved her life,…

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Baby Girl from Michigan Receives Rare Treatment for Complete DiGeorge Syndrome
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Baby Girl from Michigan Receives Rare Treatment for Complete DiGeorge Syndrome

Newborn baby Jada Elenbaas had to spend 287 days of her first year of life in the hospital. Jada was born with complete DiGeorge syndrome, also known as 22q11.2 deletion syndrome,…

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