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Max Martin

“It’s just a typical fever, nothing to worry about.”

That’s what Max Martin’s mom Julie-Ann Robichaud of Saint-Louis-de-Kent, New Brunswick, hoped for when her son’s temperature started to soar in October 2014. After being admitted to the IWK’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Max was diagnosed with a rare life-threatening auto-immune disease.

Max Martin, IWK Patient

It’s hard to put into words what the IWK means to me, because they saved my son’s life.

~Julie-Ann Robichaud, Max’s mom

Max’s family truly knows the importance of the IWK for specialized care.

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