ABC World News Tonight Celebrates HLHS Patient’s Milestone

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Prenatally diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), Stosh Frydlewicz underwent an in utero procedure at CHOP that saved his life. Stosh’s care was managed by CHOP’s Fetal Heart Program, a group that brings together the expertise of the Cardiac Center and the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment to care for babies diagnosed with congenital heart defects through in utero treatment and ongoing care after they are born.

In December 2012, ABC World News Tonight checked in with Stosh as he celebrated his first birthday — watch the full story.

Since being featured on ABC, Stosh has continued to receive care at CHOP, most recently undergoing a heart transplant. See how Stosh is doing today.