Being born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, or HLHS, over 2 decades ago meant a very uncertain future. Back then most of the children born with HLHS didn't survive. Only a handful made it to age 5 and naturally, as time went on more and more of our Survivors had hearts that began to fail or have problems requiring extra medications or pacemakers or extra surgeries -- some even needing heart transplants to survive. Today we have a handful of Survivors who have made it to their mid-twenties or beyond. Today's show features one such survivor.
Tune in to hear Myles Schweitzer share his advice and stories about how he seizes the day. As a 25-year-old HLHS Survivor, he is exceptional and I'm sure when you hear his story, you'll be inspired.