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DeBarra Mayo

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...when the test results came back, everything went silent. I don't know if it was from pure astonishment or the overwhelming gratitude of finally having an answer, but a lifetime of words all disappeared except for one. Epilepsy.
Living with Epilepsy,, Nov. 9, 1999

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