The boy who received a liver transplant at Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh has taken a huge step in his recovery.
The Pittsburgh community has come through after a special request from a sick little boy and his family. It all came together Friday at the Petersen Events Center in Oakland.
A little boy who underwent a life-saving liver transplant has received a lot of attention. Now, his family is giving back.
A little boy is recovering after undergoing a liver transplant.
There may be some good news for a little boy in desperate need of a liver transplant.
Since he entered the world, 2-year-old Lucas Goeller’s been fighting the good fight in an effort to stay alive.
On Monday morning at Children’s Hospital, 3-year-old Kennedy Stevenson, who has a rare, life-threatening metabolic disease, didn’t know she’d be receiving part of Michael Thompson’s liver the following day.
Watching her play, you would never know 3-year-old Rachel Thomas has been through.
Rachel Thomas needs a liver transplant, but the cost exceeds $500,000.
With a new 6-week-old puppy named Bear, you know this Christmas will be one loaded with cheer and laughter for 15-year-old Adam Snow, his brother Michael and the rest of the Snow family.
Even tethered to the IV pole in his hospital room, Luke Lehue has all the moves playing pick-up hockey with a couple of pretty physical therapists.
It’s a long way from Mendoza, Argentina, to a Zumba fitness class at Baierl Family YMCA in Franklin Park. But Jacquie Uhler wasn’t dancing when she arrived in Pittsburgh in 1985.
Dr. Gerald Pifer is joined by Doctors Jose Oliva and Kusum Tom from the AGH Liver Transplant program.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a local boy will be saying goodbye to his nurses and doctors at UPMC Children’s Hospital and will head home to Butler County.
There is an unusual and desperate plea to the public from the parents of a local teenager who is in Children’s Hospital near death; his liver, failing.