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Hank Osborne

Goose Creek, South Carolina
I'm the father of Caden Gabriel Osborne (pictured). Caden born with 22q11.2 on 11/2/04 has endured numerous complications associated with a 22q11.2 chromosome deletion. His primary diagnosis is also called VCFS (Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome) or DiGeorge Syndrome. Caden's complications have included multiple heart defects, scoliosis, feeding difficulties, hypocalcemia, immune deficiencies, and...

Tina

United States
I am a stay at home mom of two beautiful girls. I have a background as a Physical Therapist Assistant, but stopped working to stay at home with my girls after my youngest was born. Since then, I've been living in the world of congenital heart defects after my youngest daughter was diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Atresia, with several other complications. Its not been an easy...
Communities: Children's Health

Terri

Burlington, Iowa
Ava~Hope for Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. I am passionate about teaching parents how to advocate for their child's health. My third daughter Ava was born with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. CDH is when (inside of the womb) the diaphragm does not form properly. The abdominal organs move up into the chest cavity, compromising the heart and lungs. Half of all babies born with this birth...

charaka

hyderabad, India
Renowned traditional & speciality Ayurveda Panchakarma therapy centre providing best & genuine therapies for Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, Ankylosing spondylitis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Slip disc, Sciatica, Cervical & Lumbar Spondylitis, Paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, Mental retardation, Osteo arthritis, Gout, ,Degenerative disorderds,...

mare1972

vancouveer, Canada
Hello I am a parent of a teenager with type 1 diabetes and compensated cirrhosis of the liver. My only objective here is to find usefull information to help my son grow up with the least complications possible. I have done tons of research on topics that we have crossed with his diagnosis. I just want to be sure that we do everything right to eliminate complications which might come from...
Communities: Diabetes Type 1

living nightmare 16

California
post dermal filler complications nightmare. ive written my profile so many times but i cant get it to up load...so final effort..9yrs after aquamid fillers i am having ghastly complications.  further embarassment caused by the fact that i am an MD and somehow feel more of an idiot with half my face affected tho hopefully for the moment getting better with surgery and...

Holli

Beaumont, Texas
I am mommy to one son, Austin, who was diagnosed with a catastrophic form of epilepsy known as Infantile Spasms/West Syndrome at six months old.  He was diagnosed in May 2008, and it has been an uphill battle ever since.  We struggle with numerous daily seizures and developmental delay.  My blog tracks our progress (medically and emotionally) as we continue to fight for...
Communities: Epilepsy & Seizures

Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven

Specialty: chiropractor (DC)
Monroeville, Pennsylvania
The Speaker A professional member of the National Speakers Association, Dr. Marc Tinsley is an dynamic, effective, and in-demand speaker who helps people remove the obstacles that interfere with their health, their...

Kathleen O'Connor

San Francisco, California
Kathleen O’Connor, author, consultant, industry analyst and columnist, has over 30 years experience in various sectors of the healthcare industry. She has been a bureaucrat, an entrepreneur, the Medicare marketing and sales executive for a for-profit HMO, and a non-profit executive. Her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees are in Japanese and Comparative Governments, so she speaks...
Communities: General Medicine

Christine from WI Patient Expert

Green Bay, Wisconsin
About 5 years ago I started having headaches when I would lie down that mysteriously dissapeared when I sat up. An MRI determined I had a neurological disorder called a Chiari Malformation. I tried many different prescription medications that did nothing for my pain before I was referred to a neurosurgeon. Two surgeries later I ended up experiencing the worst pain imaginable, wondering if I...
Communities: Chiari Malformation