Monday, December 23, 2013
But she refused to let go of the belief that Grayson would be able to hear and speak one day. To hold on to that belief, she did the only thing she could: she prayed. The miracle they prayed for arrived in the form of an auditory brainstem implant, a clinical trial that Buchman and Matthew Ewend, chair of UNC’s neurosurgery department, had been developing for nearly a decade.
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