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By CaptainCardio on 1/22/2013 1:41 PM
My story begins 22 years ago in March, 1990 in Augusta, GA where I was born to two loving and supportive parents. Soon after I was born (hours maybe) my parents were given the news that I had a serious heart condition known as Hypoplastic Left-Heart Syndrome (HLHS). They had never heard of it before and were told that it was very serious and that if I did not get a transplant or surgery, I would probably die. Because of their strong faith, my parents trusted that the Lord would allow me to live. I was put on the transplant list and was on it for only a few days before they were told they’d have to make the decision to go through with what was known back then as a very risky series of operations.
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