Transplant surgery transforms Ryan's life

This summer, Ryan plans to play baseball and hang out with friends. Last summer he could do neither, with a failing liver and a dire prognosis without a transplant.

Advances in brain imaging save young lives

Interventional neuro-radiologist Ali Shaibani, MD, is collaborating with colleagues on new minimally invasive techniques to treat vascular brain and spinal cord disorders.

Triumphant Trio

Born with cerebral palsy, the suburban Chicago eighth-graders have triumphed over numerous challenges, thanks to the care they’ve received at Children’s and to their positive attitudes.

My Harmonius Life, Thanks to Children's

My parents were told I would never walk. I spent the next 18 years undergoing dozens of corrective surgeries at Children’s.

Michael Hall

Extending our reach to kids around the globe

Plastic and reconstructive surgeon Arun Gosain, MD, has brought his expertise to poor areas of India to provide surgical care for children born with cleft lips and palates.

Research Key to Helping Newborns Breathe Easier

Dr. Schumacker's discoveries may one day lead to better treatments for babies struggling to take their first breath.

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.

Tzuri

Harlow's Brave Journey with Cancer

At just 4 weeks old, Harlow was diagnosed with cancer. By her first birthday, she was in remission. When the cancer came back four years later, Harlow overcame it once again.