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  • Cayden

    At just one year old, Cayden was diagnosed with a tumor in his brain. Fortunately for him, he was taken to All Children's Hospital Pediatric Neuro-oncology Program - one of just two in Florida. The tumor was removed, but Cayden's problems didn't end there...

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  • Davien

    There are only 140 pediatric neurosurgeons in the country. All Children's Hospital has three. This fact proved critical to little Davien who was snuggled against his mother in his own home when a random, stray bullet pierced a window and then Davien's skull...

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  • Jack

    Just hours after his birth, Jack was diagnosed with Down Syndrome and within his first few days, required emergency surgery at the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for a blockage in his stomach...

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  • Jake

    Jake looks like a typical 6 year old with his new bicycle - supported by a pair of training wheels. But what has propped Jake up more than anything is the loving support of parents, his determination, and the first-class care provided throughout his life by All Children's Hospital...

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  • Jude

    Jude came into the world at just 24 weeks – born four months premature and weighing only one pound, eight ounces. The expectant parents knew that their baby would arrive early, but Traci's intense contractions so soon into her pregnancy were a shock...

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  • Madeline

    At just 17, Madeline had been through a lot: heart failure, multiple heart surgeries and even a stroke when she was told it was time for a transplant. For a patient who's had multiple heart surgeries, a transplant is very high risk and not just any hospital is willing - or equipped - to handle it...

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  • Paul

    For one pre-med student, a childhood history as a patient at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and the positive memories from that time brought the spark to pursue a career in medicine.

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  • Jul 24, 2017

    Looking For Danger Signs in Dealing with Teenagers

    Growing pains are inevitable as teens start to explore who they are. As a parent, one of the most important things you can do is to be involved in your child’s life.

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  • Jul 18, 2017

    Back to School Physicals

    The middle of summer is the perfect time to schedule back-to-school physicals to make sure children are up to date on their health records and prepared for the first day of school.

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  • Jul 11, 2017

    Common Summer Illnesses

    With summer in full swing, kids experience various types of viruses that typically cause vomiting, diarrhea, high fevers and dehydration.

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  • Jul 11, 2017

    Back-To-School Physicals Help Kids Get a Smart Start

    Preparing to go back to school can be a very busy time for families and students of all ages. Whether your child is starting school for the first time or entering their senior year, the experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital want your student to have a safe and smart start to the new school year...

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  • Jul 10, 2017

    Expert Comes Home to Lead Simulation Center

    Jen Arnold, nationally known pediatric expert in educational medical simulation returns home to St. Petersburg, Fla., to join the staff at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as medical director of the hospital’s expanding Simulation Center.

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  • Jul 07, 2017

    Curing Pediatric Cancer One Painting at a Time

    Sofia’s painting tells of a long journey that began with a diagnosis of neuroblastoma in St. Petersburg that proves successful as it took the spotlight as it nets $10,000 after the Speedway Miracle Golf Tournament in Ohio.

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