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.
Thanks to CHOC’s exceptional care and technology, the Cevallos family was able to bond with Alexander while he was being treated in the NICU.
Parker’s cancer journey had its fair share of challenges, but because of the relationships built at CHOC, there were joyful memories too.
For Logan, who has complex congenital heart disease, vaccine eligibility ensured safety from a life-threatening virus.