UK epilepsy patient Celeste Shearer, left, and Dr. Siddharth Kapoor, right, were interviewed after she sang in the lobby of UK HealthCare's Albert B. Chandler Hospital in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, November 26 2014. Celeste Shearer, from Hart Co., beat leukemia at age 5, only to develop crippling seizures as a teen. UK physicians performed surgery to remove the diseased part of her brain. Celeste is  now seizure free and a freshman at NKU on a fine arts scholarship and as a thank you, performed a concert for her doctors and patients.  Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
UK epilepsy patient Celeste Shearer, left, and Dr. Siddharth Kapoor, right, were interviewed after she sang in the lobby of UK HealthCare's Albert B. Chandler Hospital in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, November 26 2014. Celeste Shearer, from Hart Co., beat leukemia at age 5, only to develop crippling seizures as a teen. UK physicians performed surgery to remove the diseased part of her brain. Celeste is now seizure free and a freshman at NKU on a fine arts scholarship and as a thank you, performed a concert for her doctors and patients. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
UK epilepsy patient Celeste Shearer, left, and Dr. Siddharth Kapoor, right, were interviewed after she sang in the lobby of UK HealthCare's Albert B. Chandler Hospital in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, November 26 2014. Celeste Shearer, from Hart Co., beat leukemia at age 5, only to develop crippling seizures as a teen. UK physicians performed surgery to remove the diseased part of her brain. Celeste is now seizure free and a freshman at NKU on a fine arts scholarship and as a thank you, performed a concert for her doctors and patients. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Epilepsy patient uses song to thank Lexington doctor who preserved her ability to sing

November 26, 2014 01:35 PM