Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a devastating disease that has no cure and only a few treatment options available. Unfortunately, it can affect anyone, adults and children. Treatment options for children are pretty much non-existent which makes this an even more terrible disease.
Pediatric pulmonary hypertension is similar to idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension in adults, which is when the cause is unknown and etiology is unclear. And that’s what happened to little Jackson who you can meet in this video shared by JaynaW67.
Matt and Jayna Wall are the proud parents of Jackson Wall, who was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension when he was just a few months old. What his mother thought was chicken pox or bug bites, turned out to be a very serious heart and lung condition. Watch the video to find out more about his diagnosis story, how he is being treated and how his life has been since the diagnosis.
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