May 08, 2017
Before May 1, 2017, many people had never heard the term, “tetralogy of fallot.” When Jimmy Kimmel, late night talk show host, shared the emotional story of his son’s diagnosis, it turned the spotlight on congenital heart defects. It can be a terrifying diagnosis for any family. At the Center for Maternal/Fetal Health at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, our team cares for hundreds of families every year dealing with congenital heart defects.
One of those families shared their story in hopes of helping others.Watch on ABC7