OK to be different

"Yes, I am deaf and therefore different, but I’m not the only one,” said Marne Sullivan during her 8th grade commencement speech in June before 400 fellow students and 1,600 guests. “We’re all unique in our own ways. We all have a story to tell."

Marne

Doctors' Quick Action Saves the Day

To see this type of excellent outcome in a potentially devastating neurological condition, we needed to have highly trained pediatric intensivists, neuroradiologists and an experienced transport team that is always ready.

Mesfin

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.

My Daughter's Rehabilitation

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

Sara

Cheers for Addison...and her mom!

Addison was diagnosed with spina bifida, a disease of the spinal cord that occurs in one out of every 1,000 births.

Addison

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