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"Hamilton" star Miguel Cervantes is on top of the world starring in one of the hottest musicals, but things took a turn last year when his baby daughter was diagnosed with epilepsy, which affects 3 million people in America.
Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall recently sat down with the actor and his wife Kelly to discuss their daughter's epilepsy, along with speaking to ER physician Dr. Travis Stork about the condition, seizures, and the importance of participating in clinical trials.
Visit the Get Healthy Stay Healthy website for more information on clinical trials for epilepsy and seizures.
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