Bennett recovered from brain cancer as a 2-year-old thanks to the ability of Children’s National to apply its research to his treatment. Says his mom: “The research behind the care they’re able to give is the difference between surviving and not surviving for a lot of kids.”
An ultrasound during her pregnancy showed Ivy Duke her baby had heart problems. But early intervention at Children's National gave her son, Ian, the ability to lead a normal life.
Rylie was diagnosed with leukemia. While she’s had to endure extensive treatment, Children’s National has made sure that she still enjoys the things that other children enjoy.