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The doctors at Children’s National saved Charles’ life after he was hit by a car. His grateful parents found a way to help other children facing similar circumstances.
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.
It was hard for Jackie to watch her son endure his three-year treatment for cancer. Today, she is grateful to those she considers family at Children’s National hospital for saving Lucas’ life.
A diagnosis of bone cancer led to treatment at Children’s National. But Jaiwen and his family always felt comfort and encouragement from his caregivers there.
An ultrasound showed Jax had a heart condition called tetralogy of Fallot. Fortunately, he was able to be treated by the physician who literally wrote the book on how to repair such hearts.
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.