From surviving to thriving

Neuro-oncologist Natasha Pillay Smiley, DO, heads the new Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Survivorship Clinic, which addresses the late effects of treatment and quality of life issues that often affect brain tumor patients.

Natasha Pillay Smiley, MD

Brain tumor doesn't slow Dylan down

Second-grader Dylan Full loves playing sports and being outdoors. His mom says he’d spend all day outside if he could. Dylan says that when he grows up he wants to be a pediatric neuro-oncologist so he can help kids with brain tumors, just like he was hel

Dylan

My Daughter's Rehabilitation

My baby, Sara, is being treated at Children's for a brachial plexus injury, called Erb Palsy.

Sara

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

Cole honors caregivers with a song

Cole promised his doctors and nurses that when he finished his lymphoma treatments he would perform a song for them about his hospital experiences. He made good on his promise.

Cole

Heart Center Team Works Together to Help Infant

After her 20 week ultrasound, Kelly Beaubein received difficult news: her baby had a rare congenital heart defect. Her obstetrician referred her to Nina Gotteiner, MD, in the Fetal/Neonatal Cardiology Program of the Heart Center at Lurie Children’s to fin

Alex Treated by Heart Center