West Tarricone, 9, was admitted to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford for 16 days following a massive seizure last year. As her seizures continued, she was held for observation while her parents and the neurology team tried different medications within the safety of the hospital.
West Tarricone, 9, was admitted to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford for 16 days following a massive seizure last year. As her seizures continued, she was held for observation while her parents and the neurology team tried different medications within the safety of the hospital. Lauren Schneiderman TNS
West Tarricone, 9, was admitted to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford for 16 days following a massive seizure last year. As her seizures continued, she was held for observation while her parents and the neurology team tried different medications within the safety of the hospital. Lauren Schneiderman TNS

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