Toddler takes her first steps outside after lung transplant – Daily Mail

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This is the heartwarming moment a toddler who spent her whole life in the hospital was allowed to go home for the first time. Two-year-old Mae Koslow-Vogel, from Somerville, Massachusetts, had spent her life with a trach hooked up to a ventilator at Boston Children’s Hospital due to child interstitial lung disease – a rare, genetic lung disease that left her unable to breathe on her own. In September 2017, a match was found and Mae underwent surgery. After a period of recovery, she was finally able to breathe on her own and was cleared to go home. In an interview with Daily Mail Online, Koslow and Vogel opened up about what it was like to see their daughter walk through those doors.

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