When Mya was diagnosed with a rare form of high-risk leukemia, experts at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital performed a stem cell transplant using cells harvested from her older brother's hip bone. Meet Mya.
- Doctors and nurses calmed her family's fears after an allergic reaction sent then two-year-old Nylah to the emergency room. Meet Nylah.
Born prematurely and with a severe form of gastroschisis -- a birth defect in which the intestines extend outside of the body -- Theo received life-saving care from a multidisciplinary team of surgeons, gastroenterologists and neonatologists. Meet Theo.
- With the help of her care team at Comer Children’s, Miriah is modifying her lifestyle, changing her eating habits and taking medicine to manage her type 2 diabetes. Meet Miriah.
- An energetic two-year-old who loves to dance, Jacob 'boogied' his way through intensive treatment for a sarcoma on his pelvis. Meet Jacob.