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Thanks to the support of his adoptive parents and the relentless commitment of his care team at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 5-year-old Colton has come a long way since suffering traumatic brain injury as a newborn.
Matthew has been through a lot in his young life. Thankfully, between his adoptive parents and his medical team at CHOP, he’s got a great support team in his corner.
When Laurel was diagnosed with hydrocephalus while she was still in the womb, her parents turned to the best team to give their daughter the best chance in life.
When Gavin was born, doctors didn’t expect him to survive, but thanks to a large team of specialists and a coordinated spine surgery, he’s defying the odds.
One family shares their experience for parents who learn their child has a severe diagnosis before birth
Not many people can say they underwent fetal surgery during a pandemic, but Jasmin did it to give her daughter a better chance at a healthy life.
In just two years of life, Lincoln has spent more than 5 months in the hospital overcoming premature birth, brain injury, multiple surgeries and near-death experiences.
AJ’s life was relatively uncomplicated until age 14, when he began to experience unpredictable seizures and received a life-changing diagnosis of epilepsy.
State-of-the-art brain surgery at CHOP reduced Emily’s seizures from 90 per day to zero — it's been life changing for her and her family.
Eva, 2, had two surgeries at CHOP to remove lipomas from her back and treat a tethered spinal cord. Today, she’s a proud big sister!