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October 12, 2011 | 1126

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Approximately 1 in 100 people have an underlying tendency to have recurrent seizures (epilepsy). Drug therapy will only control seizures for 60% of people with epilepsy; the remaining 40% will continue to have seizures no matter what drugs are used. This is called medically intractable or medically refractory epilepsy, and there are at least 800,000 patients in the United States with this condition.

October 10, 2011 | Talia Bastas, Mother of Patient

Our introduction into the amazing world of parenthood... and then our abrupt reality check in the form of a life-threatening heart defect and the successful interventions taken at Texas Children's Hospital which taught us to never take a day for granted. This is our story.

October 06, 2011 | JoAnna Poole, Mother of Patient

Dr. Hamill operates on patient Georgia Kate

My baby girl was born blind with a rare disease that clouded her eyes. She had a corneal transplant at 9 days old, and now she can see.

October 05, 2011 | 1126

Thanks to 30 years of study at the in collaboration with the USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, we know more than ever about babies' dietary needs.

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