Being born with hypoplastic right heart syndrome, or HRHS, almost 5 decades ago meant a very uncertain future. Back then many of the children born with HRHS didn't survive. At that time, open-heart surgeries for babies was in its infancy and there were more questions than answers. Today many long-term HRHS Survivors have hearts that require special help, often requiring extra medications or pacemakers or extra surgeries -- some even need heart transplants to survive. Today's show features one amazing HRHS Survivor.
Tune in to hear Tracey Grasty share her advice and stories about how she seizes the day. As a 49-year-old HRHS Survivor, she is exceptional and I'm sure when you hear her story, you'll be inspired.