condition: Necrotizing Enterocolitis

My heroes

Arthur and Xavier were born at 23 weeks gestation at OSU. At 25 weeks gestation they were transfered to Children’s because they had esophageal perforation. The very next day Arthur was found to have NEC. His brother Xavier followed his lead and a week later had the same surgery due to NEC. Xavier spent 172 […]

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Decko the Competitor

Decko was born at 33 weeks and spent time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). He was then diagnosed with necrotizing entercolitis (NEC), which is a disease of the intestine of newborn infants. Decko has been through a lot but that hasn’t stopped him from being a happy kid! He’s probably spent more time […]

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Cami’s Story

On May 20, 2013, Cami was born via emergency c-section at 25 weeks and 2 days gestation weighing just  1 lb. 7 oz. The larger of our identical twin girls, she had an incredibly rough start and was given chest compressions in the delivery room. When our daughters were just 9 days old, we lost […]

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