I just read your comment....how is your daughter doing? I can tell you for us the hardest part of the journey was pre-transplant....post...even with the ups and downs is so much easier! My love and prayers for you and your family! I will always advocate for our little Warriors...no child ... no one should ever have to endure the agony of being placed on a "list".
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Paula - How is your daughter doing? I met a family in the hospital whose six year old was waiting for a kidney and was in the Ronald McDonald house with a 13 year old who was recovering from a liver transplant. How old is your daughter? I hope she is doing okay while waiting. I am not that familiar with the process for liver transplants, but if you have any questions you think I can answer or would just like to vent, please feel free! Nice to meet you! I friended you in hopes of finding out where your blog is located so I can follow it!
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I don't know anything about Maple Syrup Urine Disease but I will follow you every step of the way on the journey with your daughter. I am sending you all of my strength.
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