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When Michael King was diagnosed with a rare cancer, he turned to Brigham experts for a pioneering surgery that gave him and his family a second chance.
Abbey Bergman was convinced that the discomfort in her mouth was simply a canker sore. She was 27 years old and had been in good health all her life. What else could it be?
Elisabeth Youngclaus was a nursing school student when she unexpectedly learned she may have a heart rhythm disorder, also called an arrhythmia.
After others deemed her case inoperable, the Brigham's Neurosurgery team cured a mom's rare, deadly brain disorder.
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