I am one of those Blue-Baby survivors from the North regions. However, but the region is from Indiana. Your articles did not include methods of remedy or prognosis of groups of infants. In my case, infusions of blood were given at four points: both arms and both ankles, leaving large scars. To this day I am anemic off and on. In addition I have acquired Wegener's Disease…..not too happy about this situation.
posted by Sue Wells
February 10, 2012
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