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3/11/2017 Latest post:
Christopher was born on March 7, 1994. He has always loved to play soccer, basketball and drums. He has played sports since he was a young boy. He currently plays the drums on the worship team at River Valley Community Church. rvcc.tv is the website. He's an active member of the church. He has always been a very loving polite person with a huge heart. He's got a great personality and even still as he is in the hospital he has a few wise remarks to share! So I said he has a big heart, his heart is an anomaly. He was born with his heart positioned differently than ours. A normal heart has upper and lower right and left ventricles and the right upper ventricle is suppose to bring the blood down through the chambers and up through the lungs (which is used as a filter and oxygen supply for the blood.) then back through the left upper chamber to the lower chamber. Christopher's heart has the same chambers, however his heart has passages or by-passes if you will, that do allow the blood to by-pass the lungs therefore it is not being filtered from bacteria's etc. that can cause infections which is what has happened with the abscess in his brain.