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Nebraska families work to shed light on 22Q disorder

Posted by Anne Stalker on October 22, 2013 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Brody Schuster's medical problems kept piling up, and so did his parents' concerns.

As a baby, Brody scooted on his bottom and never crawled. His size was normal at birth, but his growth soon began to lag severely. Time passed, and Brody struggled with speech. Then, a physician discovered Brody's hearing loss.

There were too many challenges. His parents knew something was seriously awry.


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Jeff's Story

Posted by Anne Stalker on August 4, 2010 at 10:15 AM Comments comments (0)
My son, Jeff was born on November 23, 1992 and we immediately knew he had a cleft of the soft palate and low calcium levels. We were told that nothing else was wrong with our son. We took him home on Thanksgiving Day that year and he immediately began having feeding problems. We struggled with these feeding problems for a few months even though we were constantly taking him to see the pediatrician. We finally ended up at Children's Hospital in Omaha, NE, because Jeff was failing to thrive. We b... Read Full Post »