Disclaimer: I am not a medical practitioner. I speak only from my and my family's personal experience. Please, do not interpret anything I have written here as a medical advice. Every hemangioma is different, so is a child suffering from it.
If you found this site, it probably means that your child or a child close to you is suffering from a similar kind of tumour as Julia did. You may already know that somewhere between 4% and 10% of Caucasian infants are born with at least one hemangioma out of which about 90% are quite small and disappear over time. With Julia, unfortunately, it didn't quite look like it would go away by itself, and even if, it would definitely leave a stigma on her entire childhood.
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