Introducing the ACHA Blog
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
On behalf of ACHA, and especially all of our ACHA future bloggers, I want to welcome you to our new ACHA Blog! Thank you for visiting, and I’m looking forward to you becoming regular readers to see all that we have to offer; we have quite a few bloggers on board who will post about many topics relevant to the CHD community.
Our first post comes from Christy Sillman, a pediatric ICU nurse who was born with Tetralogy of Fallot. Her blog post will be online later this week, so please check back to read it! If you want to stay in the loop with our updates, our RSS feed is available by clicking the orange icon next to the posted time at the top of each post.
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