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Weatherford boy hopes to get assistance dog

The 6-year-old with epilepsy would like to have a seizure assistance dog

BY JESSICA NOLL Published: February 2, 2013
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WEATHERFORD — Myles Soporito is a 6-year-old flag football player, wrestler and soccer player who is epileptic and has factor V, a blood-clotting disorder. He is hoping to get a furry best friend who could save his life.

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