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Families of children with epilepsy moving to Colorado

When Mohammad Halabi was a boy, his parents fled war in Lebanon to give their child a chance at life. This month, as Halabi drove to Denver International Airport to pick up his wife and 2-year-old daughter, he realized he was doing the same thing.

Halabi's daughter, Mia, has severe epilepsy. Treatment by some of the country's best neurologists and with the most powerful drugs has done little. This year, doctors told him to prepare for her death.

"There are a lot more coming. A lot more," said Paige Figi, who now volunteers for the nonprofit that distributes the oil. Almost 1,000 families have contacted the Stanleys about the oil, she said. "This is their only hope; of course they are going to come in droves."

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