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Coffin-Siris Syndrome: Julia’s Story

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After four years of uncertainty, the Roberts Individualized Medical Genetics Center helped the Steigerwalt family find a diagnosis behind their daughter’s complex medical condition.

Sickle Cell Disease: Caylin’s Story

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Now 12, Caylin’s regular visits to CHOP for sickle cell disease treatment have inspired her love for comparing numbers, gathering data and experimenting.

Employee Story: Training Tomorrow's Nurse Leaders Today

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As soon as Maggie McGrath, a nurse in the Oncology Clinic, heard about the Professional Excellence & Advancing Knowledge (PEAK) program, she was inspired to develop her training and applied to the program with the support of her manager. 

Autism: Anthony's Story

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Diagnosed with autism as a toddler, 19-year-old Anthony is learning the skills he needs to work and live independently.

Autism and Seizures: Massimo's Story

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Massimo's participation in autism research at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia led to his early diagnosis of an unrelated seizure disorder.


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