When Felix, who is from Caracas, Venezuela, was diagnosed with Gardner syndrome, a condition that often leads to colorectal cancer, his parents found him the best care at CHOP.
Khloe was just 2 days old when doctors noticed she was having digestive problems. She was transferred to CHOP where doctors discovered she had Hirschsprung’s disease.
Born prematurely with an enlarged area on his upper intestine, Jack was diagnosed with multiple jejunal atresia. Though it occurs only 1 in 3,000 live births, the expert team at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia knew how to treat his rare condition.
Kelsea Henderson started having pain in her side when she was 13 years old. She was diagnosed with malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor on her chest wall.
Zoe was diagnosed before birth with small bowel atresia, a cause of fetal bowel obstruction, and underwent surgery at CHOP when she was just 1 day old.
Josh had surgery to treat his ulcerative colitis when he was 16 and later developed Crohn's disease. Through it all, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was there to help.