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Construction Crews Cheer on Patients

Posted on Oct 21, 2016 in General News

Construction at our research and education building is underway, but workers took a few minutes to help cheer on patients going through infusion treatments with a Friday dance party.

River Runs Again

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 in Programs

Seven-year-old River Ross doesn’t remember the day he was airlifted to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital following a car crash in January 2016. It’s a day his parents, Kristine and Brian, and their extended family will never forget.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Receives $2.8 Million NIH Grant

Posted on Oct 04, 2016 in General News

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital received a $2.8 million grant for a phase 3 clinical trial on treatment of blood clots in children.

Physician Uses His Childhood Cancer Fight to Help Others

Posted on Sep 28, 2016 in Programs

Childhood cancer can be a long and difficult journey, but when teamed up with care providers like Dr. Moore and others at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, it is a path that families don’t need to walk alone.

Eat Smart, Play Smart Makes Wellness Fun

Posted on Sep 21, 2016 in General News

In honor of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital cafeteria was buzzing with activity as employees, patients and families took part in the second annual "Eat Smart, Play Smart" wellness event on September 15.

Targeting a Tough Cancer Using Precision Medicine

Posted on Sep 19, 2016 in Programs

Wobbling around the house or squealing with glee over his favorite cartoon, 2-year-old Anthony had plenty of toddler energy—but suddenly it disappeared. At first his doctor was not concerned. Then one day Anthony woke up gasping for air.

Austin's Story: The Unofficial Big Brother of the Cancer Unit

Posted on Sep 16, 2016 in Programs

As part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we celebrate patients of the Johns Hopkins All Children's Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute, like Austin. As the unofficial big brother of the cancer unit, Austin's had an impact on other kids fighting cancer.

Cayden is Surviving Two Bouts of Rare and Often Lethal Brain Cancer Thanks to Superior Care at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

Posted on Sep 06, 2016 in Programs

At just one year old, Cayden was diagnosed with a tumor in his brain. “He just was sleeping a lot, very lethargic, he wasn’t eating, he wasn’t nursing, he wasn’t doing anything but sleeping,” recalls his mom, Chelsea. Cayden and his family were referred to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and its pediatric neuro-oncology program...

Eat This, Not That

Posted on Sep 02, 2016 in General News

In honor of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, this September take a pledge with your family to make healthier, more nutritious choices every day...

Expertise in Rare Pediatric Hand Surgery Earns Two Thumbs Up

Posted on Aug 24, 2016 in General News

Ten perfect fingers, ten tiny toes. It’s one of the first things many parents want to see with a newborn. Andrew had all those things, except when it came to his left thumb. Not long before Andrew’s first birthday, his parents were referred to Lee Phillips, M.D., a pediatric orthopaedic and hand specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. He fully diagnosed Andrew’s condition and had good news to share...

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