It takes a team to heal tiny hearts

First-time parents Tom and Brittany Baisch had barely held their two-hour-old baby, Lincoln, when an echocardiogram indicated he had either a narrowing or blockage of the aorta. Lincoln was immediately transferred to Lurie Children's.

Lincoln

Cerebal Palsy: a Patient's Perspective

Tzuri Frankenthal gives a first-person account of his experience as a patient with cerebral palsy at Children's.

Tzuri

Gene therapy breakthrough ends lifelong transfusions

Lurie Children's is part of a groundbreaking international multicenter gene therapy clinical trial that shows promise in eliminating the need for children with thalassemia to undergo regular blood transfusions.

Jorge and Jullisa

Teddy Triumphs Over a Failing Heart and Hearing Loss

Teddy has triumphed after undergoing a heart transplant and discovering that he had profound hearing loss

teddy had profound hearing loss and was born with a serious heart defect

Caring for the tiniest patients

Jennifer Neubauer, RN, talks about her job as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurse.

Jennifer Neubauer

World-class partnership puts Diego on his feet

Diego del Castillo's family brought him from their native Colombia to Chicago for collaborative care at Lurie Children's and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.