Tag: "patient stories"
Boy fighting cancer finds support, strength in videos of others singing ‘Fight Song’
A brief summart of and link to a story about how videos of people singing "Fight Song" are helping a little boy with cancer.
Torch celebrating transplant recipients makes way through Cincinnati
A brief summary of and link to a story about the passing of the torch event at Cincinnati Children's for the Transplant Games.
Girl with cancer receives life-saving transplant on 10th birthday
A brief summary of and link to a patient story about a girl who received a bone marrow transplant on her 10th birthday.
Local moms raise awareness of genetic condition
A brief summary of and link to a story about Nicole Stout's Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome diagnosis and multidisciplinary team treatment at Cincinnati Children's.
What gun violence looks like
A brief summary of and link to a Cincinnati Enquirer story focusing on gun violence and featuring China Kinebrew, a Cincinnati Children's patient.
Woman shares message of hope with others
A brief summary of and link to a Local12.com story about a woman with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and her journey at Cincinnati Children's.
Ohio mother donates liver to newborn suffering from life-threatening condition
A brief summary of and link to a story on Fox News about a Cincinnati Children's patient with biliary atresia and her living donor transplant.
Baby battling second bout with cancer; asking for help from community
A brief summary of and link to a story on Local12.com about a Cincinnati Children's patient named Iyana Davis battling Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumor.
Medical Edge: Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness
A brief summary of and link to a story on Local12.com about how to help parents grieving over the loss of a child for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness.
First March for Gold event aims to support children battling cancer
A brief summary of and link to a story on WLWT.com about the March for Gold walk supporting children with cancer like 4-year-old Taylor Grant.
After years of treatment, man undergoes successful heart transplant
A brief summary of and link to a story on WLWT.com about a patient who received his second heart transplant at Cincinnati Children's.
‘Battlin’ for Adelyn’: Kentucky community rallies around sick 5-year-old
A brief summary of and link to a story on WCPO.com about how people in Warsaw, KY, wished a girl good luck before her surgery at Cincinnati Children's.
New Toys Are Coming to Cincinnati Children’s, Thanks to One Young Girl
After a stint at Cincinnati Children’s earlier this year, nine-year-old Anna noticed an opportunity to improve other kids’ visits to the hospital. And – thanks to the generosity of the
Procter & Gamble Provides Premium Transportation for Cincinnati Children’s Patient
Avi Newhouse, 12, is in remission for cancer, but his weakened immune system makes commercial travel impossible. He needed help getting from his home in New York to Cincinnati Children’s
Cincinnati.com Chronicles Tributes to Lauren Hill
Lauren Hill, the 19-year-old Mount St. Joseph basketball player diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma and treated at Cincinnati Children’s, died on Friday, April 10. The Cincinnati Enquirer collected a
One Family’s Journey With a Rare, Fatal Disease
Layla and Angel Martin – sisters ages four and three – have infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy (INAD), an extremely rare disorder which affects the nervous system. There is no cure for INAD. Doctors
The Need for More Dollars for Pediatric Cancer Research
Cancer is the number one killer of children. About 10,000 children will be diagnosed this year. But only about 4 percent of the $4.79 billion federal cancer research budget goes
New Hope for Boy with Rare Skin Cancer
Reef Carneson, 6, and his family have traveled from California to Cincinnati to be treated at Cincinnati Children’s for graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), a rare cancer. Ryan Carneson, Reef’s father, spoke
Dr. Rob Hopkin Talks About Rare Identical Triplets
Dr. Rob Hopkin, a geneticist at Cincinnati Children’s, talked with Fox 19 WXIX about the rarity of a set of identical triplet boys, especially in regard to their good health. The