A Race Against Time
When he was just two months old, Brayden was fighting for his life -- and a whole team of caregivers at Texas Children’s was fighting right along with him.
Texas Children’s physicians treat rare disease
By the time he was just three months old, Tate Tucker had suffered from a long list of infections, including fungal pneumonia. His local doctors and parents were baffled at first. What was making this baby boy so sick?
Hope Springs from Rare Diagnosis
Six-year-old Deconc Bradley keeps smiling through Jarcho-Levin Syndrome, a rare genetic condition that comes with a grim diagnosis.
Papas and Pizzas: Bonding Over NICU Experiences
A brave father starts a support group for fathers with children in the NICU.
Getting It All Back: Extracurricular Activities Return for Many Cancer Patients
After receiving care at Texas Children’s, it wasn’t long before Laurel Batchelder started back to school and became involved in her normal extracurricular activities.
Texas Children's Cancer Center Steps in to Save a Young Family
Texas Children’s outsmarted a “tricky” blood disorder to save Brooke’s life.
One Family's Loss Sparks Charitable Giving
After losing their daughter, Vanessa, to a heart defect, this family started a foundation to help cardiac patients at Texas Children’s.
Rocky Start—Smooth Landing
The first few months of Audrey Patrick’s life were spent in the NICU. Today, she is growing and thriving.
A Mother's Intuition
In a very short period of time, Hannah went from being a healthy toddler to being unable to walk. Read about her journey back to good health.
Help for a Young Hero with Half a Heart
Aiden Rodgers—a young hero with half a heart—beats the odds, with help from Texas Children’s Hospital.
Texas Children's Emergency Care Saves a Young Life
Texas Children’s got Madeline back in the saddle again after she was seriously injured by a horse.
Childhood Cancer Patient Turns Firefighter
Eric Juergen was 2 years old when his sitter noticed one day that he wasn’t in the mood to eat or play—he just wasn’t acting like himself. A visit to the pediatrician’s office ultimately led the family to Texas Children’s Hospital.
Conroe Family Overcomes a Leukemia Diagnosis
Brandi and Kevin Cox never imagined it would happen to their child—but a cancer diagnosis was unfortunately in the cards for this family.
A Double Miracle
One family fights breast cancer and a heart transplant
Complex Disorder Doesn’t Stop This Cool Kid
You can’t ignore Ryan’s warm smile, big personality and cool orange glasses—even in the face of mitochondrial disease.
Kangaroo Crew to the Rescue
A serious scare resulted in an emergency transport and 10 days at Texas Children’s Hospital.
NICU Staff Saves Tiny Lives
Caroline Cooper was born weighing 1 pound, 14 ounces. Today, Caroline is a spunky 3½ year old—thanks to Texas Children’s.
Overcoming the Odds
Riley has battled a variety of ailments including cerebral palsy, epilepsy and a brain malformation. Today, she is a happy child. While her health may always be fragile, her family is grateful that her diagnosis remains stable.
Wise Beyond her Years
A battle with cancer already behind her, 8-year-old Avaya truly realizes how blessed she is to be enjoying such an active and healthy life.
Batten Disease Diagnosis Sparks Family’s Advocacy
Herndon began to hold his books close to his face. He then struggled to know what color things were. These were the signs that warned of something serious.
All We Needed to Keep Her Safe
Even before she was born, Verity's parents were preparing for life with a wheelchair and possibly a feeding tube. Learn what their life is like today.
Compassion During an Unexpected Tragedy
A grave diagnosis during the holiday season brings joy in a different way.
Carefully Monitored Pregnancy Results in Healthy Baby
At 32 weeks into her pregnancy, pediatric nurse Christie Husband learned that her unborn baby had only one kidney. Texas Children’s stepped in to provide just the right care.
Discovering Good in the Midst of Difficulties
Tracey and Xavius Parker encountered quality, family-centered care during their child’s life-threatening illness.
The Watson Family Puts a Face on Juvenile Batten Disease
This family turned to Texas Children’s for help in their battle against batten disease.
Noah and Sammy's Story
When Noah and Sammy were released from the hospital, they still had a lot of work ahead of them, especially when it came to different kinds of therapy.
“Now every day is the best day of our lives!”
Victoria was 18 months old when she began her battle against cancer. She was victorious in that battle because she received the very best care -- and because of the support of friends like you.
Innovative Heart Procedure Saves a Baby's Life
Born three months early, Kaylin also had three heart defects. It was touch and go until doctors at Texas Children's performed an innovative procedure that saved her life.
A Second Chance at Life
As their baby, Parson Blue, struggled to breathe, her parents knew something was wrong. They never dreamed she would need a lung transplant to save her life.
Texas Children's Transplant Team Saves Peyton
Three years ago, Peyton was fighting for her life as she awaited a liver transplant. Today, she is happy and healthy. Learn what happened in between.