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By ACHA on 6/10/2011 9:15 AM

By Jessica Garner

I am a neonatal nurse and the daughter of a man affected by transposition of the great arteries (TGA). Growing up, I never saw or knew the effects of my father’s heart condition. Now, as a nurse working with newborns, I see firsthand what my father and his family went through. This is the story of my father, in his own words, that describes what he’s been through since birth: