Patient Stories Category
All patient care stories. This populates the “Patient Stories” widget under “Stories of Care.”
Published: Jun 25th, 2019
Walking the streets filled with magic at Walt Disney World, lying outside for hours during the day and enjoying playdates at Gigi’s Playhouse, 4-year-old Amelia King was always on the go. Just starting Pre-K, Amelia was diagnosed with B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia this past May.
Published: May 10th, 2019
If you have attended Dance Marathon at UF in recent years, chances are you’ve seen a young girl with braided pigtails in the center of all the action. Meet Kendall Lewis, AKA Miss K.
Published: Jan 31st, 2019
“Caden has never known a life without hemophilia or Shands. Shands is as normal to his life as daycare,” said Caden’s mother, Christina.
Published: Nov 27th, 2018
The Ramos family recently relocated to the United States for one main reason: treatment for their 10-month-old son, Thiago.
Published: Aug 1st, 2018
Before leukemia, 3-year-old Luke Lambert was a ‘care-free and fun wild child’ who loved to play with the students at the school where his parents taught.
Published: Jun 29th, 2018
Like many families whose children are born with serious illness, the Early family vividly remembers the day their lives changed forever.
Published: May 16th, 2018
18-year-old Jenna Rogers is a fitting example of how expert medical intervention at a young age makes all the difference in the world.
Published: Mar 29th, 2018
If you have a chance to talk to 10-year-old Willa Ambrosius, she will tell you a lot about herself.
Published: Feb 27th, 2018
5-year-old Caden Buth loves singing, dancing and acting—but like a dinosaur or a robot.
Published: Jan 25th, 2018
When patients are diagnosed with a chronic illness, they often become experts in their own care management and the details of their disease. Eight-year-old Abby Sapp is no exception.