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Providing a New Frontier of Care for Adults with Congenital Heart Disease

Providing a New Frontier of Care for Adults with Congenital Heart Disease

A few decades ago, there wasn’t any kind of treatment available for children born with, for example, a single ventricle in their heart. Today, we’re seeing those children thrive well into adulthood. A new doctor at Golisano Children's Hospital is treating adults with congenital heart disease.

5 Year Old Gives Back to Golisano Children's Hospital

5 Year Old Gives Back to Golisano Children's Hospital

Molly Frasier's selfless nature is an inspiration to all. Born with a congenital heart defect, Molly hasn't let that get in the way of living her life to the fullest.

Little Hearts, Big Hope

Little Hearts, Big Hope

Mended Little Hearts is thriving in its 6th year serving Rochester. Representatives from the organization play a large role at Golisano Chidren's Hospital in comforting families affected by general heart defects. 

Grant Domogala: A different kind of superhero

Grant Domogala: A different kind of superhero

Grant Domogala has overcome the odds time and time again since being diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot and pulmonary atresia eight years ago. He has undergone three open-heart surgeries and countless medical procedures, but continues to fight while living in heart failure.

Family's Book Give-back Program Honors Newborn

Family's Book Give-back Program Honors Newborn

Owen Hochreiter was born with Vein of Galen Malformation, a blood vessel abnormality in which arteries connect directly with veins and bypass capillaries. Although he passed away at just eight-days-old, his legacy lives on.