Evan and Suzanne Dapo with their 8-week-old daughter Annalise Dapo. Wake Med pediatric surgeon Dr. J. David Hoover, right, repaired the baby’s incompletely formed esophagus by using magnets to stretch the two ends to meet.
Evan and Suzanne Dapo with their 8-week-old daughter Annalise Dapo. Wake Med pediatric surgeon Dr. J. David Hoover, right, repaired the baby’s incompletely formed esophagus by using magnets to stretch the two ends to meet. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Evan and Suzanne Dapo with their 8-week-old daughter Annalise Dapo. Wake Med pediatric surgeon Dr. J. David Hoover, right, repaired the baby’s incompletely formed esophagus by using magnets to stretch the two ends to meet. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Magnets and WakeMed’s miracle baby

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