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Shift in Child Hospice Care Is a Lifeline for Parents Seeking a Measure of Comfort and Hope  

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POMONA, Calif. — When you first meet 17-month-old Aaron Martinez, it’s not obvious that something is catastrophically wrong. What you see is a beautiful little boy with smooth, lustrous skin, an abundance of glossy brown hair, and a disarming smile. What you hear are coos and cries that don’t immediately signal anything is horribly awry. But his parents, Adriana Pinedo and Hector Martinez, know the truth painfully well. Although Adriana’s doctors and midwife had described the pregnancy as “perfect” for all nine months, Aaron was born with most of his brain cells dead, the result of two strokes and a massive bleed he sustained while in utero. Doctors aren’t sure what caused the anomalies that left Aaron with virtually no cognitive function or physical mobility.

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Shift in Child Hospice Care Is a Lifeline for Parents Seeking a Measure of Comfort and Hope

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