Two doctors in the pediatric oncology-hematology fellowship are following in their dads' medical footsteps.
Through the rigors of leukemia treatment, music therapy helped 14-year-old Nora discover a gift for music and song writing.
A teenager celebrates remission by smashing a replica of his tumor into a thousand tiny pieces.
Complex surgery restores a three-sport athlete to full strength.
A diagnosis of cancer—every parent’s nightmare. For the Hoffman family, it was a mountain to climb, but one they tackled with the help of everyday heroes.
Two volunteers, 1,000 hours, lots of smiles. Add it up and you get nothing short of total joy.
A teenager gifted in math overcomes his illness one step at a time.
Kids roar with excitement as their doctors, nurses and caregivers take to the stage in dance and song.
Mia Chambers, 6, travels far from home for medical care, all in hopes of keeping her cancer in remission.
She's a survivor: Lily-Mae Morrison, the “Tiny Dancer” from Ireland, completes a clinical trial.
After a nearly three-year battle against childhood cancer, Schuyler Kleibusch reaches the Super Bowl.
When a leukemia diagnosis interrupted Alex McCready's teen years, he worked hard to "keep it positive."