Baby Dominque, at ten months, flew 9,000 miles from Africa to America, stayed two months with a host family, and underwent surgery to remove the extra limbs that were protruding from her neck and placing pressure on her two spines (which were operating well, so doctors left the second alone), “overtaking her heart and lungs”, physicians said.
After six long hours of surgery at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Illinois, Dominque will no longer have her sister’s (in uterine) limbs attached to her. She’s a playful, engaging little tator tot whose life is forever changed. THANK YOU!
Love this story. Should we always count our blessings?