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U.S. families working to save Gaza child with rare disorder

Season 2024 Episode 138 | 6m 17s

Among the families caught in the war between Israel and Hamas is the Abu Zaiter family. Three-year-old Julia suffers from alternating hemiplegia, or AHC, an extremely rare neurological disorder that causes muscle stiffness, seizures and paralysis. Several families with children who have AHC have rallied to help Julia. Among them is Simon Frost, who discussed those efforts with Amna Nawaz.

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