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18-month-old Josie received a stem cell transplant to stop a rare and devastating genetic condition in its tracks.
Diagnosed before his first birthday with a rare disease that causes ongoing damage to cells and organs, Ethan quickly received the only treatment that prevents further disease.
Chemo is tough on cancer patients with Down syndrome like Steven, so when his leukemia came back, he traveled to CHOP for an experimental cell therapy.
Kaleo was diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML), a very rare form of cancer. One year after a bone marrow transplant, Kaleo is cancer-free.
After surviving cancer and a stem cell transplant, Juwan, 14, is paying it forward by helping others.
Diagnosed with leukemia at age one, Arianna spent more than 15 months being treated at CHOP. Now 2 1/2 years old, she’s is back home with her family and her sassy and adventurous spirit has returned full force.
Frantic to save Paulina’s life, her family brought her to the Cancer Center at CHOP where an experimental trial of CAR T-cell therapy cured her cancer.
Mitch suffered two relapses from acute lymphoblastic leukemia and was out of options until an experimental immunotherapy treatment at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia rid his body of cancer.
Emily was given a third chance at life when an experimental treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia at CHOP wiped out her cancer cells.
Austin spent most of his life fighting leukemia and the disease seemed to be winning — until a pioneering treatment at CHOP changed everything.