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Read how Jacob was diagnosed with kidney failure at birth, which led to a life-saving transplant at ten years old when his mom chose to donate her kidney.
Researchers at Children's work to investigate why certain kids experience stroke, pinpoint its origin, assess its severity and look toward the patient's future.
Ten-year-old Charlie Meserve suffers from cystic fibrosis (CF). But a new drug and the discovery of a bacterium found only in CF patients might help Charlie.
Read more about Paige, an athlete who's potential was unlocked through surgery at the Orthopedic Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado.
At 11, Jessie was diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis. At 14, she had spine surgery at Children’s Colorado. Now, she’s a star athlete. Read her story.
Madison Kitchen spent two years searching for a cure to her unresolved ankle pain - her and her family found the answer at Children's Hospital Colorado.
At just 5 months, our little Nora was diagnosed with congenital scoliosis. Eventually Nora needed surgery to correct the curve in her spine. Read our story.
Read Whitney's story of getting better at Children's Hospital Colorado after a cheerleading accident left her with multiple seizures a day.
Jennifer is a current employee at Children's Colorado. She was once a patient of the Orthopedic Institute.
Read about how CPR from a friend saved Nathan Broderick's life at childrenscolorado.org
Mathew has Klinefelter syndrome, or XXY, the result of an extra X chromosome that can lead to hormone deficiencies, learning delays and more.
Shortly after her birth, Juniper was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy, a disease that was weakening and enlarging the two lower chambers of her heart. She was fitted with the Berlin Heart at Children's Colorado and was the youngest recipient of this device.
Isabella was born with a large U-shaped cleft palate. Read about her journey with the Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic at Children's Colorado.
I was born with a cleft lip - my special feature. Children’s Colorado’s Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic received me with open arms. Read my story.
Learn about Cousins Kevin and Ethan, more than 20 years apart, who battled the same type of leukemia at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Today, they are cancer-free cousins, enjoying life.
A patient in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders as a child, now Jason is an employee of Children's Hospital Colorado. He met his finance while helping with the Courage Classic, sponsored by Children's Colorado.
At 18 months old, Conner was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, the most common type of malignant brain tumor found it children. After surgery and treatment, he is a thriving, energetic child. Read his story.
Learn about this cystic fibrosis patient who found the medication, Kalydeco, to improve his condition.
Cash Lamar was a healthy 8-year-old boy until he came down with a rare staph-pneumonia infection. Read his story of healing at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Once a patient in the Children's Hospital Colorado's NICU, she now works for the hospital and owes her life to the staff. Read her story.