Mom says B.C. health care system failed her son
The week after Thanksgiving, Donna Webb and her son, George, will be making their last trip to Seattle for post-op follow up.
George was successfully operated on at Shriners Hospital two years ago. He had scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of the spine.
Donna says the health care system in B.C. has failed children who need spinal surgeries. Daybreak's Christina Low has put together a series looking at how these children fell throught the gaps.
Here is the first episode of Backbone.
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