Stacy and her partner Stephanie had a difficult time getting pregnant, so they were ecstatic when they found out Stacy was expecting a baby boy. But 12 weeks into the pregnancy, that excitement turned to fear when they found out that their son had a giant omphalocele. Four organs— his stomach, gall bladder, liver and intestines — were all outside his body, covered by a clear, thin membrane.
They immediately started doing their research. They found the experience they were looking for at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.
Find out how Jameson is doing today.
Stacy walked into The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia when she was 13 weeks pregnant with Jameson. Look at him now.
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