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Baby’s Infectious Spirit Captivates the Hearts of Others Throughout Her Stay in the NICU

Baby’s Infectious Spirit Captivates the Hearts of Others Throughout Her Stay in the NICU

On Dec. 6, 2014, Kinley was born at 34 weeks. Kinley’s heart was on the wrong side of her body and she was missing her pulmonary artery and her right lung. Kinley had a few fusions in her ribcage and her vertebrae. The biggest problem was her esophageal atresia, which caused her esophagus to close in a blind-ended pouch rather than connecting normally to the stomach.

Pittsford Youth Fights on Against Cancer Diagnosis

Pittsford Youth Fights on Against Cancer Diagnosis

Four long years have passed since 6-year-old Craig Winter was diagnosed with cancer. And from the day of his first scan, the Pittsford boy has been a medical marvel. 

2016 Miracle Maker Award Recipients

2016 Miracle Maker Award Recipients

This year, we’ve chosen four truly exceptional local members and groups to present with Miracle Makers Awards. The award-winners are our neighbors and our friends, our family members and our colleagues. Yet with a remarkably strong commitment to helping children and an immense amount of work, they’ve chosen to become real, live heroes. Our hope is that in reading these stories, you draw inspiration and comfort in the power and drive our community holds to improve the lives of our future citizens.
Golisano Children’s Hospital’s Family Resource Library: A Hidden Gem

Golisano Children’s Hospital’s Family Resource Library: A Hidden Gem

As the one year anniversary of the opening of Golisano Children’s Hospital approaches, many hospital visitors and employees remain unaware of some of the treasures that lie within. One such hidden gem is the Family Resource Library.

Daniel’s Race honors the legacy of 16-year-old with melanoma

Daniel’s Race honors the legacy of 16-year-old with melanoma

Daniel’s Race, which was started by friends and former soccer teammates of Daniel’s, honors the courage and strength that the entire Myslivecek family showed while their eldest child and brother was enduring chemotherapy and treatment for his melanoma.