Pennsylvania Boy Lives After Being Born With Heart Outside Body

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Pennsylvania Boy Lives After Being Born With Heart Outside Body

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16 Comments to Pennsylvania Boy Lives After Being Born With Heart Outside Body

  1. I think the author needs more credit then is given… She has a pair of grade A storys that I can’t take my eyes off of.

  2.  This child might grow up and save a million lives by his testimony. I feel sad for those people who believe in killing baby’s. One day you will have to answer to God. 

  3. You’re ridiculous. You’re judging his baby even before it has formed coherent thoughts of its own. 

    “Who says he’ll even like sports? driving??” – the person above was stating that it doesn’t MATTER whether he will like it or not (and like it or not, he would have had to drive eventually). He’ll probably never get the chance to try either, and many more things.

  4. You people are all stupid. Of course he’s lucky to even be alive. He will have a difficult life, but at least a life. I was born with his other same condition, except for mine was the left side. Hypoplastic Left.  Undergone many surgieris but I’m alive and have a life today.  

    You are all a bunch of morons who don’t understand a damn thing, shame on you people.

  5. Very lucky boy? Yeah, I’m sure he’ll feel super lucky going through life with that condition. Sports? Nope. Driving? Too dangerous (seat belt/airbag could kill him). 

    “Lucky” is a loaded word. If it were me, I’d wish to have succumbed to the condition, so my parents could try again with a healthy baby. Better dead pre-birth than by the time you can understand emotions and death.

    •  of course hes lucky. Im sure when he gets older he’ll thank his parents for at least giving him life. Who says he’ll even like sports? driving?? thats years down the road…who knows what kind of technology they’ll have. If thats what you think life is all about then you need to sit down and think about all you have and whats important

    • Anonymous

      what the hell and why the hell would you say that let him live a life enjoy let him try at least! unless he tries you will never knoiw what the limnits are u morom

    • He’s probably just going to die. Not aborting the fetus out of ‘compassion’ in a case like this is utterly ridiculous and insensitive to your child. What little years of life he will have will be spent in isolation, no matter what.

      • Robyn_cragle35462

        No one noes how long he’ll live. He my surprise us all and live to an old age. And there are so many different kind of surgeries offer no a days that he may be able to get get fix when hes a little older. shame on all of you who believe that he doesn’t deserve life just because his heart is on the outside. 

      • Anonymous

        what the hell and why the hell would you say that let him live a life enjoy let him try at least! unless he tries you will never knoiw what the limnits are u morom

      • cling cling angel

        what the hell and why the hell would you say that let him live a life enjoy let him try at least! unless he tries you will never knoiw what the limnits are u morom

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