Diagnosed with the rare cancer MDS, CHOC’s Blood and Marrow Transplant Program connected Harper with an unrelated donor.
A child’s cancer diagnosis can be difficult for the whole family. A CHOC expert offers coping techniques for kids, parents and siblings.
Former patient finds friendship and purpose from CHOC’s AYA Oncology program, enjoys annual CHOC oncology patient ball.
For Lauren, CHOC’s Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Treatment Program offered mental health support, friendships and a future.
Parker’s cancer journey had its fair share of challenges, but because of the relationships built at CHOC, there were joyful memories too.
After undergoing two thyroid surgeries to remove cancerous cells, Molly receives ongoing care at CHOC and is thriving in life.
Jacob spent most of the year fighting cancer. Now, he’s cancer-free, celebrating another birthday and excited to play sports again.
Jaime was making good on a promise he made to Daya over a year ago, when Daya was diagnosed with stage-four rhabdomyosarcoma.
CHOC doctors secured a one-time compassionate use FDA approval to use a cutting-edge device to help remove Naomi’s tumor and save her leg.