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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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  • Aug 30, 2016

    Cell Phones, Keyboards, Kids and Germs: Tips for Families

    With the start of a new school year, it’s time to study up on cell phones, computer keyboards and the germs that share these devices with kids and adults. Phones can harbor the same types of germs found on other high-touch surfaces: bacteria and viruses that can cause colds, flu, gastrointestinal illnesses, even MRSA...

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  • Aug 26, 2016

    Keith Martin, R.N., is the June 2016 Daisy Award Recipient

    Keith Martin, R.N., is our June 2016 Daisy Award recipient. Keith is a nurse in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and has worked for Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital since 2011. The DAISY Award is presented monthly to a Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital nurse who has provided extraordinary service to our patients...

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  • Aug 24, 2016

    Expertise in Rare Pediatric Hand Surgery Earns Two Thumbs Up

    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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  • Aug 22, 2016

    Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Receives $200,000 for Pediatric Brain Cancer Care and Research

    When a child is diagnosed with cancer, families and friends are often stunned to learn that less than 5 percent of federal cancer research funding is directed to pediatric cancer. Among those pediatric cancers, brain tumors are among the toughest to treat. That’s why it’s significant that Northwest Mutual and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation donated $200,000 to help Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital fight pediatric cancer…

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  • Aug 19, 2016

    Melanie Vargas, R.N., is the May 2016 Daisy Award Recipient

    Melanie Vargas, R.N. has been a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) since 2012. The DAISY Award is presented monthly to a Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital nurse who has provided extraordinary service to our patients...

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  • Aug 17, 2016

    Zika Virus in Florida: Key Things to Know

    Since Zika virus first emerged in the news last year, a number of Florida residents have contracted the virus during travel to areas where the virus is already present, or through or sexual contact with someone who acquired Zika during travel. That changed on August 1...

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