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February
2015
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Mother says simple jaundice screening could have saved son from disability

A boy who's disabled has been in intensive care for more than a month. His mother and doctor say his disability and recent trouble could have been prevented if a simple jaundice screening had been done soon after he was born.

Muscle spasms wrack Eryith Majeed-Glass's body. It's one reason why the five-year-old has been in intensive care at Children's Mercy since early January. The painful spasms can continue for up to three days at a time.

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