Parent entrepreneurs: Knock, knock, the doctor's here

Dr Adrian Tan and Dr Lim Shu Fen with their 18-month-old son Lucas. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Dr Adrian Tan and Dr Lim Shu Fen are both trained in family medicine, but it did not prepare them for the challenges of parenthood.

Their son, Lucas, now 18 months old, had prolonged neonatal jaundice, a common infant condition where a newborn has yellowish skin and eyes because of too much bilirubin, a yellow pigment in red blood cells.

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