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After a Viral Video Saved Their Child’s Life, These Parents Are Determined to Return the Favor

After the internet saved Eliza O'Neill's life, her grateful parents,Cara and Glenn, are using it to try and help other children who are still suffering. Three years ago, Eliza was first diagnosed with Sanfilippo syndrome at just 3 years old. This rare disease has been described as "childhood Alzheimer's," and it is estimated that 1 in 70,000 newborns are diagnosed at birth.
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