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"The FDA is usually cautious," Browne said. "There needs to be life-threatening situations where no other option is available."
The girls, who wear diapers, began losing their ability to speak several months ago, Chris Hempel said.
"They used to be able to sing nursery rhymes and say their names but they've regressed, like any neurological condition," Chris Hempel said. "We can understand what they want, and they're still taking in what we're saying."
Chris Hempel said staying positive is the only choice available.
"You have to be positive when you have kids in this situation," she said.
Information from: Reno Gazette-Journal, http://www.rgj.com/
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