Dennis and Kimberly Quaid’s twins have fully recovered and were recently discharged from the hospital, their lawyer Susan E. Loggans has confirmed.
“The twins are back home,” Susan E. Loggans said of the newborns, Boone and Zoe. “Their condition is fantastic, they’re smiling. Zoe looks like her mom, and Boone looks like his dad. They’ve fully recovered from the accident and it’s doubtful they’ll suffer long-term effects from the overdose.”
The infants, born on November 8th, were hospitalized on November 20th at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after accidentally being given 1,000 times the recommended dose of Heparin on November 18th.
Susan E. Loggans clarified that the twins’ “continued suffering,” as stated in a lawsuit the Quaids filed Tuesday against the makers of Heparin, refers to losses of a financial nature and ongoing invasions of the Quaids’ privacy.
“The Quaids are very religious, and they believe their children’s recovery is a real miracle,” Susan E. Loggans added.
Thank goodness they are okay. What a terrible ordeal for their family.