I am looking for possible inexpensive options or probono work to help my little newphew. My younger sister in Malaysia just gave birth and her prematured baby has Tetralogy of Fallot. The physician suggested to get surgeries asap to fix the baby's heart. Because there are very few pediatric heart surgeons in Malaysia and the procedure is very very expensive, are there any cheap options or probono work over here in the U.S where I can bring the baby over and have the surgeries done? We do not have much money to pay for the surgeries.
Hi, I'm very sorry to hear that. In the US even if you were to get the surgery cheap all the associated costs will add up (travel, lodging, etc.). You may want to look into having the surgery done in India where it would be a fraction of the cost. Good luck
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