After a rare condition affecting her mother's pregnancy caused Christina to develop liver cysts before she was even born, her parents turned to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.
Prenatally diagnosed with hepatic mesenchymal hamartoma, Christina was one of the Center’s very first patients.
She had liver resection surgery to remove the masses on her liver when she was just a tiny baby. After a long road to recovery, today she's a healthy college student.
Susan walked into The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia when she was pregnant with her daughter Christina. Look at her now.
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