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Thanks to a Carolina research project, she can walk again


When she was six, a mysterious ailment caused Elizabeth Davis to walk on her toes. Kids began making fun of her. Doctors couldn’t figure out why she walked like this. Then her condition worsened. She went on a diagnostic odyssey for decades and her condition never improved despite various treatments and surgeries until she came to Dr. Jane Fan, a neurologist at UNC. (UNC.edu)

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