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Catching up with Dominic
When Dominic Gundrum first came to Boston Children’s Hospital late in 2012, his future was very much unknown. Read more.
Dominic's craniofacial surgery
Dominic Gundrum’s smile is truly special. Or, more accurately, there’s something really special about his smiles. They light up a room, even though they’re the result of a rare and extremely difficult to correct birth defect. Still, despite how atypical they seem at first, Dominic’s giggling smiles are surprisingly disarming. To have something look so different—but still spread such joy—is truly unique. And, in a way, that uniqueness defines Dominic perfectly. Read more.
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