Crusading Mom

Toronto Star >> A shrill alarm wakes Roxie Malone-Richards every day around 4 a.m., indicating the machine that feeds her daughter is out of food. The machine pumps a mixture of milk and formula through a tube that runs into 7-month-old Jessie’s nostril, down her throat and into her stomach. Until recently, she had tubes in both nostrils: the second was attached to a ventilator, which helped her breathe for the first five months of her life. Now her mother, having... Read More