David Fetterman, PhD, is one of my clients and he recently published an article in Stanford’s Medical Center Report about his son who required surgery for a potentially life-threatening condition called pyloric stenosis. It is a moving story that brought tears to my eyes.
Maybe it was especially moving to me because I feel like I know them pretty well — at least well enough that Summer (David’s wife) and I played a practical joke on David at our last photoshoot! (I can’t share it with you guys. It’s private!) It was a joke that still makes me chuckle when I think about it!
David wanted me to see the article because he used one of the photos I took from our first photoshoot in December 2008.
If you have a baby or know someone who does, I hope you will spend 2 minutes to read it. It is a nicely written article that shines light on a medical condition that can save a baby’s life. It did for this family.
David Fetterman, PhD, was Director of Evaluations at Stanford’s School of Medicine and his firm, Fetterman & Associates, now does evaluations for clients worldwide, including the medical center.