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Bryson May

Bryson May and an audiologist at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAAtKC1URI4&w=800&h=450 Bryson May has been a Cardinal Glennon Kid since his birth in 2007. He was born prematurely, weighing just less than 2 pounds, and spent seven months in neonatal intensive care. He underwent heart surgery and had difficulty breathing because his lungs were very small and he contracted pneumonia. The complications of his extreme… Read more »

Sophia Goodrich

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVBBO4GpO2Q&w=1000 “Donors provide financial assistance to help cover the costs of the cleft lip and palate care for families who do not have sufficient resources”Sophia Goodrich was born with a cleft lip and palate. The clefts produced wide gaps in her upper lip, nose and roof of her mouth. “Her pediatrician recommended we go to… Read more »

Billy Naliborski

“We will forever hold a special place for the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. Without them, we wouldn’t have our son,” said Julie, Billy’s mother. When the Naliborski’s went for their 18th week ultrasound the doctors found out there was a cystic, or solid, mass of nonfunctioning tissue… Read more »

Hope Seymour

“We fell in love with the cardiology staff from the moment we walked in the door,” said Brooke, Hope’s mother. Hope’s journey at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital began in June of 2009, where the family went for a second opinion on their six-week-old daughter’s heart condition. “We fell in love with the cardiology… Read more »

Caleb Ortbals

The joy of Caleb Ortbals’ birth suddenly dimmed. He inhaled blood before he could exit the womb and entered the world with a perforated lung. Through the fog of anesthesia, his mother vaguely remembers seeing two women in jumpsuits enter the room, rolling a Plexiglas incubator. They were a transport team from SSM Health Cardinal… Read more »

Lauren Lee

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0Uio-mH6_0&w=800 A Christmas Lauren Will Never ForgetThree days before Christmas of 2010, 12-year-old Lauren Lee was wishing for two things – to find an iPod Touch under her tree and to feel better.“She looked pale, anemic,” said her father, Jim Lee. “That was the clue something was wrong.”Rachel Tarr, a physician assistant at Family Medicine… Read more »