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Thousands of children around Greater Cincinnati are home-schooled for a variety of reasons. For children with serious medical issues, home schooling can be a good way to keep them on track. To see how a Cincinnati Children’s patient benefited, click › Continue Reading

In the summer of 2011, my husband and I sat in an emergency room at Cincinnati Children’s and felt the floor fall out from under us. We knew something was wrong with our son Brodie, but we never expected to › Continue Reading

Troopers with Indiana State Police and deputies with the Huntington County Sheriff’s Department made the three hour trek to visit the Ronald McDonald House to see 10 year-old Cincinnati Children’s patient Drew Dorsett. Drew is receiving treatment for leukemia and › Continue Reading

Our son Adam (far left in the photo above), a high school swimmer and childhood soccer player, began complaining of knee pain in January 2010. This is not unusual among swimmers (or soccer players for that matter) – they swim › Continue Reading

Hyundai Hope On Wheels® and Cincinnati-area Hyundai dealers awarded Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center a $75,000 Hyundai Scholar Grant to support the pediatric cancer research of Dr. Maureen O’Brien, who is currently working to identify new therapies that may help › Continue Reading