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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.
Editor’s Note: Hannah is a 13-year-old patient at Connecticut Children’s. Here she shares the story of her diagnosis. There are lots of moments in your life that you remember. Some can be good, some can be bad. This moment happens to be one I’ll never forget. I’m Hannah Forstell, and I am going to tell […]
It started like every other family dinner. Kelly sat around the table with her parents, grandparents, and two older siblings. They each talked about their days. Kelly, who was 10 at the time, mentioned that she felt an odd pain in her left leg. Her parents assumed it was growing pains—both of her older siblings […]
Armani Hernandez’s father, David, was apprehensive in the fall of 2015 when 14-year-old Armani said he wanted to play football at school. “He was a baseball player,” David says, “and I was skeptical about football because it has such a high injury rate.” And sure enough, soon after starting football, Armani complained that his arm […]
Written by Kelly’s mom, Carolyn 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 […]
For 11-year-old Daniel Therriault, becoming famous would be a dream come true. “A few years ago Dan really wanted to be a WWE wrestler, but lately he’s been saying how he’d like to start a YouTube channel and become a YouTube sensation” said his mother, Terri. The truth is Dan is already pretty famous, especially […]
“Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.” ~ A.A. Milne In honor of National Winnie the Pooh Day, patient Quoron Walker reflects on his inspiring journey and shares what the famous A.A. Milne quote now means to him as a cancer survivor. Many […]
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