12-Year-Old Cancer Survivor
Medical City Children’s Hospital patient, Chris Torres, faced many challenges when diagnosed with bone cancer. The cancer required a surgeon to remove part of Christopher’s leg. Christopher finished his last chemotherapy and now walks with a prosthetic and has full use of his leg. More...
Patient’s Fight Against Cancer
Medical City patient Brenda Coplin had her bone marrow transplant the same day as Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts. But Coplin’s journey has been different from Roberts’. Coplin has been coping with a flu like virus and multiple hospital stays. More...
When the Flu Requires A Hospital Visit
Medical City is seeing one of the busiest flu seasons in years. Dr. Matt Bush explains how the influenza virus can lead to more serious conditions like staph infections. He says if you’re winded, weak and lethargic, your flu case could be taking a dangerous turn. More...
Rare Immune Deficiency Disease
Dr. Carl Lenarsky, a hematologist and oncologist at Medical City Children’s Hospital, performed a bone marrow transplant on a six-year-old boy with SCID. His parents tested him for the disease at birth, giving them the opportunity to protect their son from complications. More...
Dietician Helps Mom Get Fit
Dallas mother of two Sonya Johnson hopes to do a 180 when it comes to hear health – in 180 days. Medical City dietician Gulrukhsar Jiwani is helping Johnson lose 38 pounds, which puts her in a healthy Body Mass Index. Jiwani recommends five quick changes that Johnson can make immediately. More...
You all were compassionate, caring, patient and efficient during my stay. You provided high quality care – no wonder you are a magnet hospital! I am so grateful to each of you for your dedication and commitment to caring for the sick – all of you made my stay pleasant. Thank you so much.
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