A Network of Doctors Solved the Mystery

Dr. Hana Zibdeh-Lough at ARC Round Rock worked with a network of ARC doctors, phlebotomists, radiologists, and specialists to diagnose a rare bone disease in a young toddler. Read Cohen’s story and find out why his mom said “Dr. Hana is amazing. The group that she works with makes her even better.”

Read article: http://austin.citymomsblog.com/2017/11/28/cohen-couldnt-walk/ 

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