A treatment, not a cure

The Chicago walk to raise money to find a cure for hydrocephalus is August 18. My husband and I will be walking with my fellow hydro warriors.
If every child diagnosed with autism endured a mandated brain surgery meant to treat their condition, would the world sit up and take notice?
The most common pediatric neurosurgery is the placement of a shunt to treat, not cure, hydrocephalus. We will endure brain surgeries to stay alive because it’s the only choice we have.

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