Posted by Becca at 2: Life has been a little busy since my last update - mostly good. I was in the ER one night for A-Flutter but my team in California and my doctors here were able to figure out a way to get me out of it without me having to go up there. So far since then, I've felt pretty good. I'll let you know how that goes. We send kids with CHD up to camp for 5 days free of charge.
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Rochester MN O'Hara Family Blog This is our journey with our daughter Shannon through treatment for, and ultimately death from, a brainstem glioma tumor. We continue to write about our lives after Shannon's passing as we try to carry on her spirit. We are writing from the heart - parental discretion advised.