Survivors Of Childhood Diseases Struggle To Find Care As Adults

(By Kerry Klein for NPR)

Rachael Goldring was born with congenital heart disease. Had she been born a few decades earlier, she probably would have died as a baby. Goldring is now 24, and among a population of patients who present new challenges to a health care system unaccustomed to dealing with survivors of once-fatal conditions. Continue reading article here…

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