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People Magazine: College Athlete Won’t Let 120 Brain Surgeries Stand in Her Way: I Don’t Want to Be the ‘Sick Girl’

Children's Minnesota patient Olivia excels in the classroom and on the sports field, despite having hydrocephalus, cerebral palsy and epilepsy.

Lucia’s joy

Lucia has been a primary care patient at Children’s Minnesota ever since moving to Minneapolis from Guatemala at 9 months old.

Vito’s superhero spirit

Vito has spent most of his two years of life battling brain cancer at Children’s Minnesota while donning his signature superhero capes. Through difficult times, he teaches his family to always laugh and cherish the little things in life.

A’rrington’s resilient heart

A’rringTon was born with a rare heart condition and spent much of his first year of life at Children’s Minnesota.

The ‘funnest’ place in the hospital

Children's patient Grace Vokaty loves the Child Life Zone.

More than a medical record

There used to be a way to tell how sick a patient was by the size of their paper chart. Now that records are electronic, it is not that obvious.

Sam Schumann, pictured with his mother, Stacey, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.

Coordinated care with heart

Stacey Schumann, whose son, Sam, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, shares how the care team at Children's has helped her family.

The Sibley family

‘I’m a cancer survivor’

In the final part of this four-part series, Ted Sibley, MD, reflects on how surviving cancer as a teen shaped the life he now lives.

Cancer-patient-turned-doctor adds new title: Dad

In part three of this four-part series, after coping with an infertility diagnosis, Ted and Erin Sibley become parents.

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Cancer delivers another blow

In part two of this four-part series, Ted Sibley writes about how his cancer past altered his and his wife's life years later.