With early diagnosis and advancing medical care, the treatment of congenital heart defects has greatly improved over the past few decades.
With early diagnosis and advancing medical care, the treatment of congenital heart defects has greatly improved over the past few decades. ERIC CHAPMAN MCT File
With early diagnosis and advancing medical care, the treatment of congenital heart defects has greatly improved over the past few decades. ERIC CHAPMAN MCT File

With proper care, children with congenital heart defects can live long, active lives

February 13, 2017 05:00 PM

UPDATED February 13, 2017 05:55 PM

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