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Baby's Skull Cut, Reshaped for 'Normal Life'

Six-month-old Ryan Burke's skull was growing lopsided until Texas surgeons intervened.
01:17 | 06/18/2013

Transcript for Baby's Skull Cut, Reshaped for 'Normal Life'

One -- -- you have to forgive six month old Ryan he's the top ten days. You'd never know that his little skull was cut in half and rebuilt like a puzzle. I got terrified as soon as he said -- -- and... See More
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