Learn how Dr. Dave Margolis' Bucks playoff hair coloring tradition helped inspire the recovery of one of his patients.
After a year of treatment, Jayla celebrated getting her NG tube out for the last time.
In October 2016, then 11-year-old Joseph Shapiro was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), a rare form of cancer that affects the bone marrow and blood. He went through the standard chemotherapy treatment protocol at a distinguished hospital in Chicago and after 5 months of inpatient chemotherapy, his treatment was complete. One year later, the cancer was back.
Amber Pflughoeft was diagnosed with bone cancer nine years ago, and has been undergoing treatment at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin since then. In 2018, she graduated from West Bend West High School.
Amber was first admitted to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin as a fifth grader. She immediately began treatment at the MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
All around Emanuel Monge was bright blue water and rainbow-colored fish. Smiling sea lions passed by, as gray whales soared overhead. Dancing dolphins bobbed above an array of artifacts from a shipwreck long ago.
As the rubbery squeaks and bounces of basketballs echoed throughout the lobby of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, 11-year-old Cole Wagner approached slowly.
At 3 months of age, Charlie Rein is the second person in the U.S. — and the fifth in the world –to be diagnosed with a particular kind of cancer. Known as Anaplastic lymphoma kinase positive histiocytosis, the cancer causes an enlarged liver and spleen and a drastically low platelet count.