When exploring the impact of supporting a child’s tomorrow, we went straight to the source: our patients. We asked several to share how Children’s has played a role in their life today, and what they look forward to in their tomorrow. This is what we learned.
John was referred to Children’s, where he and his family learned he had stage IV advanced neuroblastoma. He has undergone chemotherapy, surgeries, radiation, a stem cell transplant, antibody therapy and now is participating in the difluoromethylornithine (DFMO) trial.
When John grows up, he wants to be a hockey player. Maybe even for the Minnesota Wild! Go, Wild!
No child loves being in the hospital, but when John is at Children’s, he loves watching The Dude on Channel 13.