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Mom's "Magical Unicorn Babies" Helped to End Her Debilitating Daily Pain

Kate C. Thompson was diagnosed with hemiplegic migraines - a rare condition that can cause paralysis and other serious neurological effects in addition to migraine symptoms - at the age of 14. At around 24 years old, her once-a-month migraines turned into chronic, daily pain that numerous medications, Botox, nerve blockers, and special diets couldn't help subside. On Dec.
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