You Can Help Baby Juliana Recover from a Serious Disorder

Not quite two months old, Juliana Stackhouse was born with Hirschsprung’s disease, a painful intestinal malady. Read how you can help.

Baby Juliana (screenshot/GoFundMe)
Baby Juliana (screenshot/GoFundMe)
Many people haven't been through as much pain as Juliana Stackhouse has, and she's not even two months old.

The precious little girl was born Oct. 18, and within days, she was vomiting and unable to eat. Her parents took her to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, where the infant was diagosed with Hirschsprung’s disease, a painful condition affecting the large intestine. 

Juliana was operated on Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on Nov. 5, and the baby has continued to suffer distress and pain from her malady. Her parents are distraught, and because the expenses for her transfer from Robert Wood Johnson to the Children's Hospital are not covered by health insurance, they now have to deal with $20,000 in expenses.

Ashley Brown, Juliana's aunt, started a GoFundMe page to defray the expenses. As of Thursday, the family has raised $1,392.

If you want to help Baby Juliana, donate at her GoFundMe page.


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