Nebraska families work to shed light on 22Q disorder
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.