Sam would have many orthopedic problems and surgeries ahead, in addition to being followed by cardiology, pulmonology, endocrinology, vision and hearing specialists, ENT’s and oncologists. Murray and his staff helped manage Sam’s health care by making various appointments on the same day to save us from making more trips than necessary to Boston or Waltham.
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At the age of three, and countless appointments later, Jaylin had her first visit with Dr. Feingold in The Feingold Center. I was apprehensive about adding yet another doctor to the list of specialists Jaylin saw, but was encouraged by many families in the Down syndrome community that it was worth it.
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Delivery by emergency C-section revealed an apparently healthy but tiny little girl. Perhaps it was fortunate that we were amateur parents; 3lbs 13oz didn’t terrify us then as it would now.
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Drew was the youngest case of Monosomy 18P that Dr. Nowak has ever seen or diagnosed. Usually, children with this disorder are diagnosed around the age of 4-years old, but because he was diagnosed at such a young age, his prognosis is much better than other people with his disorder.
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It went something like this: “There will be many moments of joy, hope and love; but, it is okay to feel the many moments of frustration, anger and sadness.” such was one of the more remarkable conversations we had with Dr. Murray Feingold.
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