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Alyssa MacLeod Story

alyssamacleod.jpgThe term Cerebral Palsy is not often coupled with good news. But one Cape Breton family has now received some - from 20 years ago - as researchers track people who had an innovative procedure done back in the '90s. Reporter Yvonne LeBlanc-Smith has the story. (runs 10:32)

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