Kaylee and Tess are both recovering from life-changing reconstructive surgeries performed at Nationwide Children's Hospital. Their families turned here for hope and the specialized treatments the girls need now and in the years ahead.
Kaylee traveled 2,300 miles to get here from her home in Nevada. While Tess traveled just 11 miles from her home in Gahanna. They’re both just like countless other kids who arrive here every day from around the country, and the world, for life-saving care made possible by cutting-edge research. That's why giving to Nationwide Children's is so important. Because your gift this holiday season not only helps kids here, it helps kids everywhere. .
At 3 years old, Angela became the first person in the United States to receive a tissue-engineered blood vessel, marking a historic moment in the field of regenerative medicine.
Ryan Vaish’s parents say that they never gave his unusual running gait or delayed motor development a second thought. That all changed after a blood test confirmed that Ryan had a rare genetic disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
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