How We're Keeping You Safe | What Patients & Families Need to Know
Read and watch stories of hope and inspiration from patients and families who were cared for by the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children's.
Max, who was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, is now a healthy teen and plays on his high school golf and basketball teams.
Kelly underwent successful proton therapy treatment for his brain tumor. Through it all, he remains upbeat and reminds other patients to do the same.
Timothy has a remarkable history of overcoming challenges. At 3, he was a Leukemia patient. Now in this 20s, he's studying for a career in cyber security.
Cormac was just over a year old when he was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma. Following treatment and successful liver transplant surgery, he is doing great.
Samone has endured ups and downs since being diagnosed with sickle cell disease at 2 weeks old. Today she is doing much better than talking to younger patients about managing the disease.
The Cincinnati Children’s blog has many posts about the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute.
Samantha Morrissey is a former Ewing's Sarcoma patient who today is actively involved with raising awareness for childhood cancers.
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