Julissa Cerda, her daughter Delilah Valdez, husband Jose Garza, and their son, Liam Garza, at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where surgeons with the University of Miami Health System performed an eight-organ transplant in February to save Liam’s life. Liam is diagnosed with a rare and fatal congenital disease known as Berdon syndrome.
Julissa Cerda, her daughter Delilah Valdez, husband Jose Garza, and their son, Liam Garza, at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where surgeons with the University of Miami Health System performed an eight-organ transplant in February to save Liam’s life. Liam is diagnosed with a rare and fatal congenital disease known as Berdon syndrome. Jackson Health System
Julissa Cerda, her daughter Delilah Valdez, husband Jose Garza, and their son, Liam Garza, at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where surgeons with the University of Miami Health System performed an eight-organ transplant in February to save Liam’s life. Liam is diagnosed with a rare and fatal congenital disease known as Berdon syndrome. Jackson Health System

Eight-organ transplant saves life of Texas toddler in Miami

April 01, 2016 03:30 PM

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