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With the expertise and support of Dr. Shaaban and Lurie Children's Chicago Institue for Fetal Health, Annie gave birth to Emmie and Gracie. Today, the girls are healthy and living life to the fullest.
As news escalates around COVID-19 surges and the latest variants, we checked in with our infectious disease experts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions you may have.
Lurie Children's recently reached an important milestone, supporting its 100th patient with a ventricular assist device (VAD). Learn more about our VAD program and pediatric Heart Center.
Summer kicks off a special time for patients and families at Lurie Children’s thanks to Camp Urban Explorers which provides inpatients and their siblings the chance to experience the best of summer.
Infectious Diseases physicians Ami Patel, MD, and Larry Kociolek, MD, MSCI, answer frequently asked questions about parechovirus.
After being diagnosed with ADHD, Leo began working Lurie Children's Dr. John Parkhurst. Through therapy, Leo learned how to harness his skills and strengths to better communicate with his family and friends.