There are often some rather impressive things in medicine. For too long medicine has stagnated in achievement mainly because the new stuff that medicine needs to achieve is “hard”.
Hannah Warren is a Korean toddler. She was born with tracheal agenesis which is a rare and normally fatal birth defect. For 2½ years she lived without a windpipe. She was unable to breathe, swallow, eat or drink unaided and lived in a neonatal intensive care unit in Seoul. [Read more…]