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AFE Survivor Anita

I was in pushing phase of labor and was suddenly nauseous. I told my husband I was going to be sick, and he turned to get the little pink tub. When he turned back around, I was gone. My heart had stopped. It took three…

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AFE Survivor Amanda

We lost who would have been our third daughter, Stella, in December 2015 when I was about 21 weeks pregnant. I decided that I would proceed with a D&E following the loss. During that procedure, while I thankfully was under anesthesia, the anesthesiologist noticed my…

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In Memory of Tammy

Tammy's sister shares... I was Tammy's labor coach and arrived at the hospital just after she had her epidural. She said she had never felt pain like that prior to labor pains. Tammy never liked hospitals and asked how soon she could come home. I…

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In Memory of Lisa

Lisa was born and raised in Washington, DC and attended the public school system, graduating from Woodrow Wilson Senior High School. She attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Finance. She also worked part-time during…

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In Memory of Teresa

Teresa has made an impact on others that has spanned the globe. Although she is not here to see that for herself, her family takes comfort in knowing her legacy will live on in the lives of those she’s touched and on others she never…

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