Ram Yogev: The Go-To Guy

Ram Yogev is stepping away to pursue the many clinical, research and advocacy functions he never put down.

Ram Yogev

Fertility preservation: Planning for life after cancer

Five-year-old Evelyn loves to play mommy with her “babies” — her dolls. Diagnosed with cancer at age 3, she was enrolled in a clinical research study at Lurie Children’s that may enable her to preserve the ability to have children in the future.


A new era in neonatal care and research

Aaron Hamvas, MD, Head of the Division of Neonatology, talks about the promise of a new era in neonatal care and research at Lurie Children's.

Aaron Hamvas

Connor Goes The Distance

Considering that Connor was born with cerebral palsy, wore leg braces most of his life and has arthritis, his athletic accomplishments are nothing short of amazing.


Jacob and Lukas: Two in a Million

Jacob and Lukas Swanson, 3, are the only known twins in North America with the life-threatening liver disease biliary atresia.

Jacob and Lukas

Cerebal Palsy: a Patient's Perspective

Tzuri Frankenthal gives a first-person account of his experience as a patient with cerebral palsy at Children's.