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    Lee my son had a good checkup last month and is doing very well on the Verapimil. He plans to move to Seattle this summer from Korea to attend the University of Washington.

    Can anyone provide me the name and information on a specialist that Lee can see while living in Seattle? We will need to setup a process for him to get his medications and regular checkups.

    Thank you all,
    Brody
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