I have a son name sarthak born on 11-02-09 in India , due to less respiration shifted to venitlator for 3 day . In results child bcme delayed . After 2 months the MRI of child done & it was normal .
Now the development doctors team saying he is delaying abt 10 months .You are kindly requested to please clear a doudt wheather the child been able to go to school since 2 year we are working as the development doctors 's team is telling us to do . the develompent team is at Sri Ganga Ram Hospital Delhi .
Your advise is very much valueable for me respected doctor kennedy please do the needful god will bless u please .
I want to send the message to Dr. Kevin Kennedy please if he will get it the person who is reading it please forword the same to doctor kennedy
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