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A genetic connective tissue disorder leads to multiple aortic aneurysms and life-threatening dissection in an 11-year-old.
A young athlete’s love of sports is derailed by valve disease, until an innovative procedure gets him back in his game.
An innovative new heart value and expert treatment at CHOP have given 18-year-old Casey a new lease on life.
Born with a severe congenital heart defect, 17-year-old Brendan is now an accomplished swimmer after treatment from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Born with multiple ventricular septal heart defects, Siena overcame many challenges during her first year. Now 14 months old, she's back home and reaching new milestones.
As an adult living with congenital heart disease and an implanted heart monitor, Patrick uses his life and health experiences to influence his students' futures.
More than 20 years after open heart surgery, Zane is attending medical school to help other children with congenital heart defects.
To 22-year-old Erin, her numerous scars are powerful reminders of all she's overcome since being diagnosed with congenital heart disease as a baby.
Fiona, 7, has an active lifestyle thanks to surgeries she’s received at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to correct a serious heart problem – TOF.
When Alissa was a baby, she underwent heart surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to treat tetralogy of Fallot (TOF), a congenital heart defect.