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After cardiac surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to repair a defect in his heart, Henry has more energy than ever.
Jude, 2, was born with coarctation of the aorta with aortic arch hypoplasia. Procedures at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia helped save his life.
When Olivia was just 4 days old, she had open-heart surgery to repair her coarctation of the aorta, a congenital heart disease.
Born with a backward heart on the wrong side of his chest, Matthew received a heart transplant and is now thriving.
After staged reconstructive heart surgery as a baby, doctors discovered Hailee's heart was beating too slowly and implanted a pacemaker to steady the rhythm.
Abby was diagnosed with double inlet left ventricle, a severe heart defect, and underwent several surgeries at CHOP's Cardiac Center.
Hazel is now a high-spirited toddler, a sharp contrast to the early-term baby who was born with Down syndrome and a congenital heart defect.
Now 18 months old, Regan is a happy, silly baby who enjoys playing peekaboo, looking in the mirror and snuggling her baby doll.
After her toddler daughter Samaria had her third open heart surgery at CHOP to treat a single ventricle heart defect, Bonnie Martin knew she wanted to give something back to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
After undergoing fetal surgery at CHOP for a pericardial teratoma, Tucker became the first baby to survive having a tumor removed from his heart before birth.