Brayden Seymour, the 13-month-old Utah child who received a new liver at Phoenix Children's Hospital nearly three months ago, was released from the hospital Thursday evening.

Brayden, the son of Ed and Shannon Seymour of Kaysville, was born with biliary atresia, a disease affecting the liver duct so the bile, necessary for digestion, can't flow out of the liver into the intestine.Hundreds of Utahns rallied around the infant after he was admitted to Primary Children's Medical Center last year, helping raise more than $100,000 to pay for the transplant and follow-up care.

Brayden and his parents will continue to live in an apartment in Phoenix close to the hospital so physicians can carefully monitor his progress.