Diagnosed with the rare cancer MDS, CHOC’s Blood and Marrow Transplant Program connected Harper with an unrelated donor.
Coping with a child’s cancer diagnosis: helpful techniques for parents, kids and siblings
A child’s cancer diagnosis can be difficult for the whole family. A CHOC expert offers coping techniques for kids, parents and siblings.
Young adult oncology program at CHOC gives purpose: Vincent’s story
Former patient finds friendship and purpose from CHOC’s AYA Oncology program, enjoys annual CHOC oncology patient ball.
Young adult cancer support makes all the difference: Lauren’s story
For Lauren, CHOC’s Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Treatment Program offered mental health support, friendships and a future.
Unwavering joy during a life-threatening fight: Parker’s story
Parker’s cancer journey had its fair share of challenges, but because of the relationships built at CHOC, there were joyful memories too.
Undergoing thyroid cancer surgery: Molly’s story
After undergoing two thyroid surgeries to remove cancerous cells, Molly receives ongoing care at CHOC and is thriving in life.
Ringing in the new year cancer-free
Jacob spent most of the year fighting cancer. Now, he’s cancer-free, celebrating another birthday and excited to play sports again.
CHOC patient fulfills a final wish, shaves favorite CHOC staffer’s head
Jaime was making good on a promise he made to Daya over a year ago, when Daya was diagnosed with stage-four rhabdomyosarcoma.
Device approved for compassionate use saves leg, life of young girl
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.