March 20, 2023

An Unbreakable Bond: Andrew and Brooklyn’s Story

After waiting on pins and needles, Andrew All learned that he could save his daughter’s life with the gift of a kidney donation. A donation could mean a return to normal 6-year-old activities, like, swimming, taking baths, and enjoying popsicles. It also meant not being hooked up to a machine for 10 hours a night,…

Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, cancer, Child Life, Hematology/Oncology, nephrology, Transplant
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February 13, 2023

Jonathan’s Story

Sixteen-year-old Jonathan wanted to be a pediatrician when he “grew up” and was excited to be accepted into Rady Children’s Medical Academy, a program that provides high-school age students with unique and exciting opportunities to explore the world of health care through lectures, skills clinics, hands-on activities, group projects, career panels and interactive discussions. Every…

Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, cancer, Giving Back, Hematology/Oncology
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October 10, 2022

A Girl of Many Talents – Liv’s Story

Liv, a busy and curious 13-year-old, can recite the numbers of pi up to 50 digits. She can also recognize an icosagon, or 20-sided shape. She’s an artist, a published author and is learning Chinese. Liv agrees that she has accomplished many things in her young life, but beating cancer was a life-changer. Read more.

cancer, Hematology/Oncology
September 26, 2022

Honoring Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that every 3 minutes a family hears the devastating news that their child has cancer? That’s nearly 16,000 kids each year that must spend time in a hospital versus a playground or art class. During treatment, it’s important for kids to get to be kids as much as possible. Rady Children’s Hospital-San…

cancer, Hematology/Oncology
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