Eagle Scout Raises More Than $5,000 To Buy E-Readers For Library At UPMC Children's HospitalA local Eagle Scout raised more than $5,000 to help buy e-readers for the library at UPMC Children's Hospital.
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'All I Do Is Worry': A 4-Year-Old's Journey To Remain Healthy While Waiting For A Heart Transplant Amid Coronavirus PandemicFor a local girl waiting for a heart transplant, the stay-at-home order from Gov. Tom Wolf has been especially hard.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Ronald McDonald House No Longer Accepting New Families, Asking For Much-Needed SuppliesThe coronavirus pandemic has forced the Ronald McDonald House to stop accepting new families and reduce volunteer programs.
'We Were Watching Our Daughter Die': Father Provides Life-Saving Transplant For 15-Month-Old Daughter At UPMC Children's HospitalA St. Louis father provided a life-saving liver transplant for his 15-month-old daughter at UPMC Children's Hospital.
Local Hospitals Respond To 60 Injured In Deadly PA Turnpike CrashForbes Hospital held a press conference at 2:30 p.m. Saturday to provide updates on the conditions of those injured by a deadly overnight crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Pittsburgh Police Chief Visits Trooper Josh At Children's Hospital On ChristmasPittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert spent his Christmas visiting 14-year-old Trooper Josh and his family at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
More Than $1.7 Million Raised For Children's Hospital Free Care FundMore than $1.7 million was raised for the Free Care Fund at UPMC Children's Hospital.
18-Year-Old Patient Awaiting Transplant At UPMC Children's Hospital Uses Love Of Video Games To Raise MoneyAn 18-year-old patient at UPMC Children's Hospital is using his skills to help others while he waits for a transplant.
From Experimental To The Standard: A Local Cancer Survivor Was The First Child To Receive A Now Common TherapyCasey Neff was given just a 40% chance of survival but when she became the first child to test an experimental therapy, it worked so well it became the standard.
UPMC Children's Hospital Down Syndrome Center Bringing Help & Hope To FamiliesWhen a young couple's newborn was diagnosed with down syndrome, they were filled with anxiety, UPMC Children's Hospital's Down Syndrome Center helped ease those worries.