Diagnosed with the rare cancer MDS, CHOC’s Blood and Marrow Transplant Program connected Harper with an unrelated donor.
Former patient finds friendship and purpose from CHOC’s AYA Oncology program, enjoys annual CHOC oncology patient ball.
After a surgically removing small magnets from a patient’s belly, a CHOC expert explains how parents can prevent kids from ingesting them.
With help from CHOC, Joy and their family received the tools they need to cope with mental health challenges and accomplish their goals.
CHOC’s speech pathologists helped Warren learn how to suck and swallow during his stay at the NICU using the sham feeding program.
CHOC’s multidisciplinary approach to treating bronchopulmonary sequestration (BPS), a rare birth defect, gave infant Freddy a new chance.
For Lauren, CHOC’s Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Treatment Program offered mental health support, friendships and a future.
Responsive neurostimulation (RNS), a new therapy for epilepsy, helped 11-year-old CHOC patient Bryce become nearly seizure-free.
Born with heart disease, Aurora developed a negative association with breastfeeding and formula. Now, she can enjoy eating solid foods.