Family of infant on life support warns of RSV dangers

Ariella Rain was hospitalized with RSV and bronchitis on October 28. She is on life support at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.

PORTLAND, Ore. — The family of a 7-month-old hospitalized with a respiratory virus called RSV wants to warn others about the dangers of the virus.

Ariella Rain, who was born prematurely, was taken to the hospital with respiratory syncytial virus and bronchitis on Oct. 28. She is now on life support at Oregon Health and Science University’s Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland.

“She’s just fighting for her life right now,” said Mya Walker, Ariella Rain’s mother. “She was coughing and wheezing and had 102

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