AAOCA, a rare heart condition, caused young athlete Aubrey to suffer from cardiac arrest during exercise. But with expert care from CHOC, she’s back on the field.
After Sophie received support for anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and disordered eating at CHOC, she strived to help others.
With help from CHOC, Hamza’s learned how to manage his Type 1 diabetes and still enjoys his favorite foods and activities.
After being born with bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, Camila’s parents opted for her to receive cochlear implant surgery at CHOC.
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.