| January 08, 2013
Boy’s book helps epileptic kids get service dogs
Evan Moss, 8, who was born with a disorder that causes dangerous seizures, wrote a book to raise money to buy a seizure-detecting service dog for himself while also hopefully helping others. Moss’ enterprising idea has now raised enough money to enable other children with epilepsy get their own dogs. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
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