PART 5. What are the Lessons Learned (or not!) from the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and North Carolina Children’s Hospital pediatric cardiac surgery program failures?

“Repairing a heart is a risky business, especially when the organ fails to develop properly in the womb. Any number of abnormalities can arise, from major arteries that grow in the wrong place to pumping chambers that fail to form. Now, a 2017 U.S. News analysis underscores a crucial factor that can tip the balance

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