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I was just a baby when I made my first trip to Texas Children’s Hospital after being diagnosed with a congenital heart disease at birth.
To read Riki’s previous post, please click here. I was referred to Texas Children’s Hospital by my oncologist. I was in my first trimester of pregnancy with my second child and had … Full Entry
Today, even the slightest changes in our memory can spark fears of Alzheimer’s, especially for those who have lost a loved one to this devastating disease.
On Oct. 20, 2015, the American Cancer Society (ACS) issued new recommendations for breast cancer screening.