Boston Med: Waiting for Her Heart

When she was four, Sara Dumas' parents took her to the emergency room. The girl had been vomiting frequently and her parents could not figure out why. Doctors discovered a heart murmur. When they performed an ultrasound, called an echocardiogram, to look at the function and structures of the heart, they realized it was worse than a mere murmur: Sara had hypertrophic cardio-myopathy (HCM), a congenital heart disease. Watch the full story tonight on "Boston Med" at 10 p.m. ET With HCM, the...Full Story
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