Pediatric Brain Cancer: Julian’s Story
When 3-week-old Julian Letchworth arrived at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center’s emergency department on a Saturday in August, his prognosis was beyond dire. Emergency brain surgery might save his life — temporarily — if he survived the procedure.
Study Affirms Benefit of Antiretroviral Therapy Within Hours of Birth for Newborns with HIV
A study co-led by Deborah Persaud, M.D shows that starting newborns who have HIV on antiretroviral therapy within the first hours of life can markedly reduce HIV reservoirs that are barriers to cure.
A Remarkable Milestone
With his surgery in April at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Camden Mills became the 1,500th patient treated by John Gearhart, M.D., and his team at the Bladder Exstrophy Center of Excellence since it started tracking patients in 1975.
For Those Who Wait, Good Things
Josie Connor volunteers weekly to help children awaiting medical procedures and surgeries.
Finding Escape in Video Games
For Adam Boukind, Friday afternoon is the best part of his week. That’s when he plays video games with young patients at the Children’s Center.
‘Play Is the Primary Work’
Jacquelyn French spends her weekly four-hour shift at the Children’s Center doing largely one thing: playing.