Connecticut Children's Blog
Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
Written by Kelly’s mom, Carolyn Ray If a picture is worth a thousand words, the ransom for this treasured, priceless photograph would be the Library of Congress. It just happened to be my birthday in November of 2012 when Connecticut Children’s arranged for a Flashes of Hope photographer to capture the precious image of Kelly (who […]
Kelly Ray, patient at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, shares her inspiring story with members of the Appropriations Committee on February 16, 2017. Senator Osten, Senator Formica, Representative Walker, members of the Appropriations Committee, thank you for this opportunity to speak to you all today on behalf of the hospital that saved my life. My name […]
It has been a long and winding road for the Greco family. After numerous diagnoses, their son Anthony finally learned what had been causing his pain and suffering…but getting to this point was not easy. After visiting his local pediatrician in February of 2016, Anthony was originally diagnosed with tension headaches; however it would all […]
The Howard family shares a message of thanks to Connecticut Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders following their son’s last chemo. Our son Gage recently finished his last chemo on September 18th. We would like to thank all of the wonderful staff at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center! Our world was turned upside down in July […]
Becky, shares her son Christopher’s inspiring story and why he wanted to give back to fellow patients at Connecticut Children’s this holiday season. We brought Chris to the ER in January 2015 after he was unable to walk. Doctors found a tumor on his spine which began a whirlwind of scans, needles and a hospital stay […]