Doctors Take Piece of Boy's Brain to Stop 100 Seizures a Day

Tom Parrent was home alone with his son 3-year-old Sam -- better known as "Spike" -- when after lunch the boy told his father he was "really, really tired" and needed to take a nap. The North Carolina preschooler couldn't even make it upstairs to bed, so he collapsed on the couch and drifted off to sleep. "A few minutes later, I heard this animal scream and he was in grand mal seizure," said Parrent, 51, a senior managing director at AIG. "Up to that point he had been a perfectly healthy boy....Full Story
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