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Pectus excavatum, or sunken chest, is a condition that can cause physical symptoms and body image issues in children and teens. Surgery to correct severe cases can be life-changing.
As a young child, Lilah spent four to five weeks a year in the hospital due to severe pain caused by acute-on-chronic pancreatitis.
At 22 weeks pregnant, Vera discovered that her unborn child was carrying two large tumors that were causing the baby’s organs to shut down.