Nurses Throw “Love Your Melon” Hat Party for Cancer Patients
Nurses threw a party for cancer patients to distribute hats earned in collaboration with the "Love Your Melon" hat company.
Lauren Hill Raising $1 Million to Fight Cancer
So far, Lauren Hill’s efforts have raised more than $775,000 for The Cure Starts Now. A telethon is taking place Tuesday, December 30, to help her reach her goal of
New Procedure Helps Kids With Eye Cancer
In a video on Fox 19’s website, Dr. Todd Abruzzo, chief of Pediatric Interventional Neuroradiology at Cincinnati Children’s, discusses a new procedure to treat retinoblastoma (eye cancer) called intra-arterial chemotherapy
Bayleigh’s Story | Why I Cherish Every Moment of Every Day
In August 2010 I noticed that my 16-month-old daughter, Bayleigh, was starting to fall a lot. She kept running into things and seemed really off balance. Of course, she was
High School Athlete Overcomes Rare Form of Cancer: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
Mother shares the story of her son's battle with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. Read about how this high school athlete's common knee pain led to a diagnosis.
Mom and Daughter Were Change-Agents For Family-Centered Care
Ten years ago, on a night like any other, the mother of a patient in our pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) asked me for a sleeper chair to stay overnight
A Spectacular Display of Collaboration, Healing, and Artwork
Explore pictures of CCHMC Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute, inspired by a young cancer patient's love for animals & a mother's desire to make a difference.
I Am A Fan
I will admit it. I am a fan of Cincinnati Children’s. I often joke that while some people like to check the current rankings of their favorite sports teams, I
When I was young, I loved to dream of all the things I could be when I was older. The possibilities seemed endless and my list was endless. Of all
The Universe Within: Holiday Visions
Imagine taking a fantastic voyage deep into your own eye. As you get smaller and smaller, the world around you becomes surreal. This is the developing retina of a mouse,
Following Childhood Cancer Survivors as They Grow Up
When he sits in the waiting area at Cincinnati Children’s, Joey Evans is usually the oldest patient in the room. At 40, Evans, a childhood cancer survivor, doesn’t mind looking
Stories from Camp Joy
Anyone who has ever been to summer camp knows it is a place to make memories. It is a rite of passage we don’t want kids to miss because of
Using Better Radiologic Techniques to Look at Infants with Lung Abnormalities
Learn how Cincinnati Children's Radiology Department is able to diagnose lung abnormalities in infants while limiting exposure to radiation.