To friends and family, he’s the picture of perfect health. In fact, people may be surprised to know Nick has hemophilia A.
After a series of concussions, Zac was recently able to return to school thanks to care at CHOC in partnership with the concussion program.
Ashley felt fine, but a routine physical showed an elevated heart rate. Doctors at CHOC created detailed 3-D maps to help treat her heart.
Learn more about becoming a platelet and blood donor at CHOC. Mackenzie’s donors have become part of her family.
Many babies are born with small blemishes that go away on their own. But what if they don’t? A new laser treatment at CHOC could help.
At age 8, Juneau Resnick organized her first of many school-wide fundraisers to honor a late family friend and thank the CHOC team.
Stephen shares more about life with epilepsy is like, and what advice he would offer a newly diagnosed patient.
While many teenaged girls might balk at wearing a medical device on their shaved heads 18 hours a day, Abbey Schemmer didn’t blink an eye.
For Brant Whiting’s parents, CHOC not only saved their son’s life, but allowed him to pursue dreams once thought unattainable.