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From Mourning to Morning

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March 23rd 2017:Encore: Loving my son, after his death

What do you when a child dies? Do you forget about them, consign them to oblivion? No, of course not! You remember them forever. And that is our topic for this evening. Nora Wong, a normal gracious caring member of the human race, lost her son to a terrible disease. She will talk to us about that and help us remember that memories and life-lessons and teachings never die, even when the human body is no longer with us.

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Nora Wong

Before her son, Daniel, died, Nora considered herself a stay-at-home mother. Prior to having children, she earned her Ph.D. in psychology at the University of Michigan and worked in corporate survey research. Daniel died on December 3, 2013 at the age of 22, just months after graduating from Stanford University. The doctors think he had a rare seizure disorder called new onset refractory status epilepticus or NORSE. With NORSE, healthy people are suddenly struck by out-of-the-blue, prolonged seizures for which there is no remedy. It is a new and evolving medical term for a disorder long observed. There is no known cause or established treatment for NORSE. The outcomes of NORSE
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