Diagnosed with hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) at age 2, Caitlin's family knew a kidney transplant would be needed. Four years later, she received a kidney at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Diagnosed with cystinosis as a toddler, Daniel's family knew he'd eventually need a kidney transplant. At 18, he received the transplant at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Born with nephrotic syndrome, Dede was sick her entire life. After years trying to manage the disease, Dede’s doctors recommended she receive a kidney transplant.
Born with ornithine transcarbamylase (OTC) deficiency, a rare metabolic disorder, Carter was 9 months old when he received a life-saving liver transplant at CHOP.
Jacob was diagnosed with fulminant hepatic failure — liver failure with a very rapid onset — and received a liver transplant at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy as an infant, Julia was 13 when she had a heart attack at school. She received a life-saving heart transplant at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
When Kendall was only 3 years old when he was diagnosed with a rare condition called Kawasaki disease, experienced a sudden heart attack, and received a life-saving heart transplant at CHOP.
Born 13 years apart, the stories of Nora and Lucy illustrate how far CHOP has come in its ability to transplant livers into even the smallest babies.
Diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia when she was just 3½ months old, Coco had several rounds of chemotherapy and a cord blood transplant at CHOP.
After undergoing several rounds of chemotherapy for neuroblastoma, Cole had a pediatric stem cell transplant at CHOP.