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Kyla Winters nearly lost her life August 24, 2007 when she fell ill at a gathering with friends. At the hospital, all her systems went into failure. What followed, with the diagnosis of bacterial meningitis, was a series of operations, procedures, amputations and eventually a kidney transplant from her twin sister before she was able to leave the hospital. Over time she learned to walk with prosthetic legs and operate with incomplete fingers. She has become an advocate for organ donation and for getting meningitis vaccinations at all ages. (Peggy Peattie/San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS)

US pediatricians pushing back on vaccine ‘hesitancy’

By Melissa Healy | Los Angeles Times
August 29, 2016
(Chicago Tribune file photo)

Medical marijuana board rips Rauner’s rejections

By Celeste Bott, Chicago Tribune
May 3, 2016
Caleb Stanley, left, a doctoral student in behavior analysis and therapy from Walnut, Miss., offers Faith Teckenbrock, 4, an

Students give back to children with behavioral disabilities

By Anna Spoerre, @annaspoerre
February 15, 2016

First undergraduate behavior analysis major begins at SIU

By Jessica Brown, @BrownJessicaJ
April 21, 2015
Center for autism and spectrum disorders facing possible demise

Center for autism and spectrum disorders facing possible demise

By Evan Jones, @EvanJones_DE
April 21, 2015
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