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.
Before Hope was born, her mom knew she had heart defects and would need surgery after birth. Thankfully, she was in good hands at CHOC.
In a first for CHOC, a multidisciplinary team performs deep brain stimulation on 16-year-old to treat her debilitating movement disorder.
Pilot study determines that Pain Buddy app for outpatient cancer patients may aid in reduction of pain severity during treatment.
Olivia spent her first 7 months in the CHOC NICU. The more music therapy sessions she had, the more relaxed she became.
With home monitoring provided by the CHOC Cardiopulmonary Health Intelligence Program (CHiP), Emma’s care team is only a touch screen away.
If your child has a serious illness, your doctor might talk to you about enrolling your child in a clinical trial.