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Leela is a feisty 19-month-old who can feed herself, pick up little things and brush her own hair. Her parents deeply value each of these abilities as they were all once deemed potentially impossible for Leela. Read her story.
Hear one family’s compelling story about how a focus on practice and preparation allows the Heart Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado to save the lives of children requiring immediate and critical care throughout Colorado and the surrounding region.
Tap, jazz, ballet and modern – ballerina Caroline Cappelletti dances more than 30 hours a week to perfect her skill. She wasn't going to let a diagnosis of surgical scoliosis keep her from center stage.
Pediatric nephrologists identified a life-saving thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA) diagnosis and treatment plan that beat all odds for a now 3-year-old girl named Adeline.
Mathew has Klinefelter syndrome, or XXY, the result of an extra X chromosome that can lead to hormone deficiencies, learning delays and more.
Learn how a multidisciplinary team helped the Sharpe family develop an in-home care routine to help end midnight runs to the hospital.
Read about a mother's journey when her children was treated for a disorder of sexual development (DSD) and the one-of-a-kind patient advocacy program her family embraced.
Ewing's sarcoma didn't halt Martha's adventures. Shortly after completing chemo, she ran a 10k and rode in the Courage Classic. Read her story.
Find out how Drs. Foreman and Mulcahy-Levy researched a new drug to treat a tumor in Cash’s brain.
David was born with Meconium aspiration. His lungs were full of a dark fluid and had left David unable to breathe, which quickly led to hypoxic brain damage. Brain Cooling was immediately started and helped him.
Amanda heard rumors about low survival rates for hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Here, doctors gave her son a 90% chance of survival.
Learn how participating in our Neuroscience Institute's nusinersen research trial has helped treat Lexi's Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).
Our doctors are using pediatric transnasal endoscopy (TNE) to monitor and treat eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) in children. Read Haylie’s story.
Because of new legislature, Sara Hunziker received a pulse oximetry screening after 24 hours of being born. Find out why this test ended up saving her life.
Learn about 19-year-old Alexa's experience with biliary atresia, and how our Pediatric Liver Center uses a multidisciplinary approach to provide the best care to her and other patients with the disease.
Learn about the difference Deep Brain Stimulation (DPS) is making for Dijmon Hill, who suffers from secondary dystonia.
Amara had biliary atresia, a progressive fibro-obliterative disorder affecting the liver and biliary system that results in end-stage liver disease and liver failure by age 2. Read her story to learn about her miracle and our hope for a better future for kids with biliary atresia.
“Career-ending” – that was Kiana’s initial diagnosis when her back spasmed so severely that her muscle protruded two inches from her left side. But, for this competitive swimmer, career-ending was not an option.
16-year-old Garrison Hayes was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, bone cancer, at 6 years old. Learn how he continues to race towards his dream of making it to the Paralympic Games.
After diagnosing 6-year-old Devan Ortiz with x-linked adrenoleukodystrophy (X-ALD), bone marrow transplant physician Dr. Ralph Quinones used genealogy to catch it in his cousin, Cole Chavez, helping to save Cole's life.