Michelle Holick, a pediatric neurologist there, wanted to solve the mystery. We'll notify you here with news about. They spent two "surreal" days at the hospital, where a team of more than a dozen doctors and medical fellows peppered them with questions, she said, adding that it reminded her of an episode of "House. Although creatine provides most of Reid's body with energy, he lacks the ability to get the energy-providing acid to his brain. It wasn't just an allergy , autism , a seizure disorder, a gastrointestinal problem or an immunodeficiency. Creatine transporter deficiency is so rare that there isn't a lot of data on children older than Reid, but Holick said he's "leveling out.
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