By Laurie McGinley Laurie McGinley Reporter covering health and medicine Email Bio Follow The Food and Drug Administration approved a second version of a groundbreaking treatment Wednesday that genetically
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Kristina went to the doctor and saw 250 pounds on the scale. That, along with a friend's unexpected death, quitting her job, and getting accepted to her dream graduate school program across the country,
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