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  • Anna Gunby, 4, playfully inspects the vision of Dr. Juan Pascual at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. Anna is among about 100 Glut1 deficiency patients across the country who will participate in clinical trials aimed at improving their cognitive abilities by ingesting an edible oil.
    Anna Gunby, 4, playfully inspects the vision of Dr. Juan Pascual at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. Anna is among about 100 Glut1 deficiency patients across the country who will participate in clinical trials aimed at improving their cognitive abilities by ingesting an edible oil.
  • Dr. Juan Pascual walks with Anna Gunby, 4, who was diagnosed this year with a rare brain disease that severely inhibits learning and muscle control. A published study and ongoing national clinical trials are changing notions of how to treat Glut1 deficiency.
    Dr. Juan Pascual walks with Anna Gunby, 4, who was diagnosed this year with a rare brain disease that severely inhibits learning and muscle control. A published study and ongoing national clinical trials are changing notions of how to treat Glut1 deficiency.
  • Anna Gunby, 4, was diagnosed this year with a rare brain disease that severely inhibits learning and muscle control. A published study and ongoing national clinical trials have given hope that new treatment strategies could help children like Anna have brighter futures.
    Anna Gunby, 4, was diagnosed this year with a rare brain disease that severely inhibits learning and muscle control. A published study and ongoing national clinical trials have given hope that new treatment strategies could help children like Anna have brighter futures.
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