Hope dwindled for Julie and Paul Devigne as a treatment-resistant tumour in their baby’s belly swelled so large it restricted his ability to eat, sleep and breathe.
Then, in a surgical feat, doctors at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children gave little Felix another shot at life, say the Winnipeg parents.
During a more than six-hour-long procedure, a cross-disciplinary team of eight medical workers removed the 1.3 kilogram mass — nearly three pounds — from the infant’s body, defying some experts’ opinions
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