Music and Miracles for Mason
Mason Leibham is a typical 5-year-old who enjoys swimming and playing t-ball. He hopes everyone can see that “beyond the face is a heart.”
On Tuesday, Nov. 20, 5-year-old Mason Leibham will undergo his 45th surgery as doctors perform a mid-face advancement in an attempt to pull his face forward, allowing for better vision, hearing, breathing, swallowing, speaking, and overall better quality of life. Mason suffers from Pfeiffer Syndrome, a rare craniofacial disorder that causes deformity of the skull and face. Although challenged with this medical condition, he is a typical boy who attends school, enjoys working on the computer, swimming, and playing t-ball. . . .
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