Hope in Midst of Tragedy for a Little Girl with a Rare Cancer

When Fionah Raymond was just 3-months-old, her ear began to bleed without stopping. This was initially thought to be related to an ear infection, but when the symptoms progressed despite treatment, it was later discovered to be a rare and … Read More

Cleft Lip on the Neck? Lurie Children’s Surgeon Corrects Girl’s Rare Condition

Everything about Sami’s pregnancy had gone smoothly, so when her second daughter was born, the delivery room doctor’s reaction was frightening. “The doctor held her out and said ‘oh no,’” Sami recalled. Her baby, Shiloh, had a small hole in … Read More

Lurie Children’s Prom 2019 – Written in the Stars

Once again our Children’s Programs Team hosted an unforgettable evening. Planned by our Activity Coordinators and Skylight TV team, this year’s prom Written in the Stars treated our teen patients to the full prom experience. The pre-prom prep included jewelry … Read More

Things Nicco Taught Me: One Father Reflects on Time With His Son

Nicco and Pete are a dynamic father and son duo who frequently visit Lurie Children’s for appointments and overnight stays. Nicco, 9, has Down syndrome and Hirschsprung’s disease, a condition that affects the large intestine as a result of missing … Read More

The Promise of Research: Conversation with Dr. Tom Shanley

The Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute, the research arm of Lurie Children’s, moved to its new home just blocks away from the hospital. It occupies floors 3, 4 and 10 in the brand new Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. … Read More

Abby’s Story: The Feeling of the Wind in Her Hair

This article was written by Jeanne Gross, a K-12 school principal in Northern Michigan. Abby was a healthy 10-year-old girl up until the day she experienced a seizure on our way back from a mother-daughter trip to New York City. … Read More

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