Children's patient Kristina Heinlein, of Detroit Lakes, gives advice to kids facing surgery.
John loves to play hockey, and he wants play professionally when he grows up.
When 3-year-old Sam grows up, he wants to build parks because he loves playing in parks.
The Marincel family of Rice Lake, Wis., wrote about their experience during their daughter and sister's stay at Children's.
Julia likes practically everything about Children’s, so she’s raising $1,000 annually for the next five years to help other kids.
In "Embracing Charlie," author-mother Mindy Lynn writes about her family’s emotional journey with her son, who was born with a congenital heart defect.
When Katie grows up, she wants to be a dancer. She loves to dance.
Children’s is the only pediatric hospital in the Midwest using Visualase, and Gavin Pierson is the only patient in the country to use this technology to treat a mature teratoma brain tumor.
A recent MRI scan showed 8-year-old Gavin Pierson's formerly peach-sized tumor has shrunk significantly.
Visualase has been the Kryptonite to Gavin Pierson’s tumor since he became the first person with a mature teratoma brain tumor to undergo the procedure.