PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis

PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis

PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis in outbreak that's infected at least 110 US kids - months after her baby sister died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome - Baelyn Schwab fell ill on April 22 and had her transplant on May 5 after suffering serious liver damage - The two year-old from Aberdeen in South Dakota, now faces two months in hospital and a year-long recovery - She was flown from her local ER to M Health Fairview Masonic Children's Hospital in Minneapolis after doctors performed a blood draw - They discovered dangerously-high levels of ammonia in her blood and feared she was on the verge of falling into a coma and suffering brain damage - Baelyn received a liver from a …
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