Cheers for Addison...and her mom!

Addison was diagnosed with spina bifida, a disease of the spinal cord that occurs in one out of every 1,000 births.

Addison

A new era in neonatal care and research

Aaron Hamvas, MD, Head of the Division of Neonatology, talks about the promise of a new era in neonatal care and research at Lurie Children's.

Aaron Hamvas

One Amazing Five Year Old

Little slows her down, which is amazing, since she was born with the genetic disease cystic fibrosis (CF), and at age 2 weighed less than 95 percent of kids her age.

My Vision for an "Ouch-Less" Children's Hospital

As recently as 20 years ago, many physicians thought children did not even feel pain, and there were no pediatric pain management programs.

Sr. Suresh

Connor Goes The Distance

Considering that Connor was born with cerebral palsy, wore leg braces most of his life and has arthritis, his athletic accomplishments are nothing short of amazing.

Connor

Teddy Triumphs Over a Failing Heart and Hearing Loss

Teddy has triumphed after undergoing a heart transplant and discovering that he had profound hearing loss

teddy had profound hearing loss and was born with a serious heart defect

Awed by the Resilience of Our Patients

Learn about Lurie Children’s extracorporeal photopheresis program.

Heart Center Team Works Together to Help Infant

After her 20 week ultrasound, Kelly Beaubein received difficult news: her baby had a rare congenital heart defect. Her obstetrician referred her to Nina Gotteiner, MD, in the Fetal/Neonatal Cardiology Program of the Heart Center at Lurie Children’s to fin

Alex Treated by Heart Center