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Comments by Dionna on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
My son is a survior of sct. he is now 8 yrs old. today im reading how many lives sct has affected. Wow.. I felt alone untill today

Comments by Jane Bartosik on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
I'm so glad that everything turned out well. I am a research nuclear medicine technologist and was looking into teratomas when I found your website. Interesting medically and inspirational emotionally.

Comments by Tracy on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Thank you for this website. I have an 8 month old baby girl who was diagnosed at delivery with SCT. I have just received her first AFP result following surgery and I am unsure of how to interpret the result. Her surgeon is out of town and I am very scared. Thank you for all of the helpful information.

Comments by michele chandler on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Thank you for writting such a very personal story on the internet. My brother and his wife have just recieved the diagnosis of SCT at 20 weeks gestation and are having a hard time with it. Your story gives us hope and optimism along with the gifts that the lord can provide through prayer.

Comments by Dear Rachel on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Please email me at dad2elijah@yahoo.com so I can respond to you. Thanks, Michael

Comments by Rachel Horrocks on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
I'm 7 months pregnant and my little girl has been diagonosed with SCT I have to deliver her at the university hospital in salt lake city. my dr. is having me visit once a week with ultrasounds every friday and non stress tests twice a week. we meet with the neonatologists on the 15th of this month to discuss what will happen after she is born and the surgical process. you said they remove the coccyx bone, what is that and do you have to hold your son differently than other babies due to the surgery and bone removal? special car seat needed any other special care required?

Comments by charles G Parten on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Thank you so much for your tribute to my Granddaughter Maia Grace Newland..it touched my heart as it will many others..God richly bless you and your family {Kara Newland is my daughter]

Comments by Andrea O. on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Thank you for putting together this website. I work at a Childrens hospital in their Hematology/Oncology unit and finding information for parents can be at times challenging. It is so wonderful to see a baby doing so well!

Comments by Jackie VanderPol on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
The story of your difficult journey was artfully told. Love, strength, commitment, courage and faith. I'm sure your website is an inspiration to others. Thank you for creating the site and sharing it. Go gettum Elijah! The world is yours! Just don't let your beautiful sisters spoil you too much. What a lucky boy. :-) A friend from the Literary Guild

Comments by Stacie Alleger on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 IP Logged
Thank you for a wonderful site. I am currently 24 weeks pregnant with a baby girl that was diagnosed at 19 weeks with an SCT. Your site gives me hope and encouragement that she will survive this. God Bless you & your family.

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