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Meet Allan

8 Months Old
Life-saving open heart surgery for 8-month-old Allan was especially joyous for his parents. Their first child lost his life at the exact same age with the very same congenital heart condition. Having access to skilled open heart surgery was a wish come true. Allan's successful surgery was the greatest gift of all in their lives.

Meet Natalie

10 Months Old
At just 10 months old, Natalie has already endured so much. She just underwent her second open heart surgery to repair two major heart conditions, the transposition of the great arteries (TGA) and a ventricular septal defect (VSD). Untreated, TGA has a mortality rate of 90 percent within the first year of life. After a successful surgery by WPP's October pediatric cardiac team in Panama, Natalie will be able to live a long and healthy life.

Meet Shamir

1 Month Old
Baby Shamir was born on December 18th in Corozal, Belize with esophageal atresia, an incomplete esophagus that does not connect to the stomach. Weighing just four pounds, the odds typically wouldn’t be in Shamir’s favor, the birth defect proving fatal because he’d be unable to eat or swallow and the surgical procedure required to fix it unavailable in Belize. On December 26th, Sharmir was flown to the United States and one month later received surgery to successfully repair his esophagus. He's now eating normally and will go home a healthy boy.


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