Carlson Siew, an 8-month-old baby boy, can finally be discharged from the hospital and return home to be reunited with his family after purchasing a continuous positive pressure respirator (CPAP).
Carlson, who is from Kuala Lumpur, will need to return to the hospital for examinations in the future, and he will need to visit three different hospitals for follow-up visits nearly twice a month.
Despite their financial difficulties, the two couples can only keep going. They are also hopeful that Carlson's situation will improve gradually. Carlson will eventually be able to breathe on his own and learn at his own pace. Although they are aware that the child may be a dwarf, it will not be life-threatening, which is already a blessing.
Carlson's medical expenses have risen, and his parents are grateful for One Hope Charity's assistance, as well as public donations, to help them temporarily solve their predicament.