Monthly Archives: January 2015

Nick’s Heart Cath

Nick had his bi-annual cath yesterday. He got a good report. The only concern is that his coronaries had narrowed a little. This is to be expected after almost 24 years post transplant. Plan is to put him on medicine that … Continue reading

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New Affordable Care Act Fact Sheets for Families

Created by the National Center for Medical Home Implementation and the Catalyst Center, these four fact sheets highlight provisions of the Affordable Care Act which benefit children and youth with special health care needs. Each fact sheet is written in … Continue reading

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January is Birth Defects Prevention Month

Birth defects are common, costly and critical. Every 4 ½ minutes a baby is born with a major birth defect. Become an active participant in Birth Defects Prevention Month and join a nationwide effort to raise awareness of birth defects, … Continue reading

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