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July 20, 2017
‘Hamilton’ star fights for people with epilepsy (including his own daughter)
Human Interest, CURE News

Al Roker and the TODAY Show came to Chicago to profile Miguel Cervantes – star of the Chicago production of HAMILTON – his wife Kelly, and their daughter Adelaide’s challenging journey with epilepsy. Also interviewed was Dr. Charles Marcuccilli, MD, PhD, director of pediatric epilepsy at University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital. The segment also reports on Miguel’s original song “’Til the Calm Comes” from which all proceeds from iTunes downloads go to support CURE.

Click here to view the TODAY Show segment.

Click here to download the song.

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