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From the New York Times

The Paths They Took: Five Gambles, Five Altered Lives
Mr. Neiley was the first of five people whose lives, abruptly transformed by illness, were described in The New York Times this year in the series "Last Resorts." The patients had one element in common: they, or their parents in the case of two infants, pinned their hopes on experimental or unproven treatments because standard treatments either did not work or did not exist, or because doctors were genuinely unsure of the best way to help them.
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