Category: CME

Chalk Talk

Posted on Apr 03, 2020 in CME

A powerful message from grateful youngsters reinforces the value of their work.

Hannah Is a Fighter

Posted on Sep 29, 2017 in CME

Hannah has always been a trooper. She survived a rare form of leukemia in her brain - in the central nervous system.

Julietta & Ace, Two Siblings, One Diagnosis of Craniosynostosis

Posted on Sep 19, 2017 in CME

It's not unusual for siblings to have the same diagnosis. But Julietta and Ace were treated with different procedures. Thanks to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital they had positive outcomes.

Emilie's Story Attracts Record Number of Be The Match Registrants

Posted on Sep 13, 2017 in CME

At just nine months old last November, Emilie was taken to Johns Hopkins All Children’s with a high fever where she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. The now one-year-old’s journey caught the attention of media around the country.

TuTu Tuesday Celebrated Friendships

Posted on Sep 05, 2017 in CME

TuTu Tuesdays are celebrated in September—pediatric cancer month—on 7 South, the nickname for the part of the seventh floor of Johns Hopkins All Children’s that includes the cancer unit.

Julian Thrives After Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

Posted on Sep 01, 2017 in CME

One-year-old Julian was born with congenital diaphragmatic hernia, a life-threatening abnormality which occurs when the muscle between the chest and the abdomen don’t form properly.

Neurosurgery Across Borders

Posted on Aug 23, 2017 in CME

When no surgeon in Brazil would attempt a difficult spinal cord tumor surgery, the Furtado family turned to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.

Sprains and Strains

Posted on Oct 12, 2015 in CME

For many families, back to school also means the return of school sports. The AllSports Medicine experts at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine want to remind parents to be alert and watch for signs of a sports-related injury.

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