Harry Mudd and Kimberly Jones-Mudd hold their nine-month-old Moria in Sicklerville, New Jersey, on June 29, 2013. A pulse oximetry test revealed a heart defect in the infant that was corrected with surgery.
Harry Mudd and Kimberly Jones-Mudd hold their nine-month-old Moria in Sicklerville, New Jersey, on June 29, 2013. A pulse oximetry test revealed a heart defect in the infant that was corrected with surgery. MCT
Harry Mudd and Kimberly Jones-Mudd hold their nine-month-old Moria in Sicklerville, New Jersey, on June 29, 2013. A pulse oximetry test revealed a heart defect in the infant that was corrected with surgery. MCT

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