James Fahner, MD, discusses precision medicine advancements in pediatric oncology.
Young cancer survivor gets back to living her best life.
A 10-year-old girl's fight against a rare cancer brings her to West Michigan for precision treatment.
With a cat and a new puppy awaiting her return home, a West Michigan girl ventures across the state for a precision cancer treatment.
For senior pictures, Bree Town, 18, returns to the children's hospital where she spent months of her childhood.
As the end of his cancer treatment nears, a 7-year-old boy is treated to a surprise unveiling of a backyard ice rink.
Grace deBest, 16, celebrates the completion of a two-year battle with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Little Tinley never stops smiling—from adoption as a baby through months of leukemia treatments and, now, a happily ever after.
Meredith Veenstra, 6, survives rare eye cancer with the grace and beauty of a princess.
Child Life team members brighten the days of young patients.
Mia Chambers, 6, travels far from home for medical care, all in hopes of keeping her cancer in remission.
13-year-old Khalique Vialva is fighting a rare form of cancer that affects only four in 1 million kids.