Technician gives up job to care for son with special needs

Ten-year-old Lee Jue Ming (left, with his father Lee Kwong Luen) has a type of haemophilia, a rare disorder where one's blood does not clot normally and can have life-threatening complications.
Ten-year-old Lee Jue Ming (left, with his father Lee Kwong Luen) has a type of haemophilia, a rare disorder where one's blood does not clot normally and can have life-threatening complications.ST PHOTO: VENESSA LEE

Shortly after he was born, Lee Jue Ming started bleeding profusely from the head and was sent to the intensive care unit.

The boy was later diagnosed as having a type of haemophilia called haemophilia B.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 12, 2018, with the headline 'Technician gives up job to care for son with special needs'. Print Edition | Subscribe