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The look seen around the world captures hearts


An advance in medical technology allowed a 3-year-old boy to hear the sound of his father’s voice for the first time. But it was the boy’s look of wonder that struck a nerve around the world. The boy’s name: Grayson Clamp of Charlotte. (University Gazette)


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