Max was born with paralysed vocal cords which restricted his breathing and required a tracheostomy within his first few weeks of life. When it was time to remove...
At 18 months old Tessa Brook was diagnosed with lingual sarcoma, a cancerous mass on her tongue.
After diagnosis by...
The importance of treating children as individuals with unique and complex care needs has been highlighted by the mother of a girl recovering from an aggressive brain tumour
Adopting a holistic approach has transformed the care of a severely disabled seven-year-old Cambridge boy.
Cambridge Children's will combine mental and physical healthcare. Jasmine’s story clearly illustrates why combining this approach is so important for children and young...
A couple whose daughter has severe epilepsy say taking part in a ground-breaking hospital trial to map her full genome has transformed her quality of life.
Imagine a world where you are sick up to 50 times a day. For 14-year-old Zachery Sayers from Hertfordshire, this had become a daily reality.
Zach had been vomiting on and off since he was very young. However, while he had a history of gut reflux, doctors could find no physical cause for the vomiting.
A ten-year-old girl who suffered a stroke is the youngest person to receive life-saving surgery using a newly installed state-of-the-art imaging system in the Interventional Radiology suite at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.