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Topic - Children'S Mercy Hospital In Kansas City
Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City says it plans to open a pediatrics care clinic in Joplin as part of an affiliation with Freeman Health System.
A quick-thinking and enterprising doctor was able to save the life of a 20-day-old baby girl with a deadly aneurysm with the help of a commonly known household substance: superglue.
Too often, newborns die of genetic diseases before doctors even know what's to blame. Now scientists have found a way to decode those babies' DNA in just days instead of weeks, moving gene-mapping closer to routine medical care.