Adam Trenk talks to 3TV about legal risks of brain surgery; brain surgery goes bad, now no doctor can help woman [VIDEO]

By Crystal Cruz

On Thursday, 3TV first introduced viewers to Carissa Galvez, who is in extreme pain.

On Friday, her mother, Daniella Galvez, informed 3TV that her daughter could soon get help.

“There is a neurosurgeon that has agreed to see Carissa and evaluate her at least on Monday,” said Daniella.

Carissa was moved from Phoenix to a hospital in Tucson on Friday morning.

Her mother is hoping a neurosurgeon will remove her daughter’s failed experimental shunt in her brain, which is used to drain fluid.

Carissa has a rare genetic mutation affecting her cerebral spinal fluid.


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