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What a difference a year can make

This time last year I was taking a pregnancy test. Today, I am the mother of a healthy four month-old little boy who loves to smile and kicks his legs … Full Entry »

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Giving our son the best chance with fetal surgery for spina bifida

Finding out I was going to be a mother was one of the most surreal moments in my life. The first 17 weeks of my pregnancy were amazing; I had … Full Entry »

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My son’s first surgery for spina bifada

I did it. I successfully made it through fetoscopic surgery and contributed to medical research in the process. It has been a memorable experience, to say the least.

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Where Are They Now: Berkley Continues To Defy The Odds

To read Meagan’s previous post, please click here. Berkley is now 2 years old. She has taught me not only about bravery, strength and determination, but that a diagnosis does … Full Entry »

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Fetal Imaging: The Importance Of Diagnostic Imaging And An Early Diagnosis

At Texas Children’s Hospital we are committed to quickly and accurately diagnosing any complications during pregnancy by investing in advanced imaging technologies used by our expert team, who has been … Full Entry »

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