'To us, he's just our son': Boy's syndrome affects fewer than 1 in a million

'To us, he's just our son': Boy's syndrome affects fewer than 1 in a million

BALTIMORE -- Adrianne Woods strokes her son's forehead. The boy's long lashes drift closed, then flutter open as he shudders with a seizure. "He's tired," Woods says of Xavier, who is almost 6 years old. "He's had a long day at school." Nearby, Xavier's baby sister, Quinn, plays with their father, Anthony Byrd, on the floor of the family's suburban home. She rolls ...

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