Centro de Cáncer y Desórdenes de la Sangre

Historias exitosas de pacientes

Lea nuestras inspiradoras historias de los pacientes y familias que han sido tratados en Nicklaus Children's Hospital.

Sydnie's Second Chance

While her high school senior peers were trying on prom dresses and applying to college, Sydnie Romero was grappling with a decision that would be tough for anyone, let alone a chronically ill 17-year-old. Sydnie was born with sickle cell disease, a genetic disorder in which bone marrow produces defective hemoglobin that can block blood supply to parts of the body, resulting in “pain crises,” which are episodes of severe pain that can last for hours to days.

Read this story.

September patient of the month: Juan Pablo

When he and his family were still living in Venezuela, Juan Pablo was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma, an aggressive type of cancer. Watch Juan Pablo’s story and help us raise awareness throughout the month of September for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. Read this story.

A Cancer Cure for Kira

Kira, 13, can say “I beat cancer” in four languages: English, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish. The budding linguist and aspiring make-up artist (at least for the moment) is happy to have cancer in the rear view mirror after a 2014 bone marrow transplant that cured her of acute lymphocytic leukemia. Read this story.

Sabrina's Bone Marrow Transplant Success Story

Thriving after undergoing bone marrow transplant from two donated umbilical cord units, Sabrina celebrates her 15th birthday after sucessfully recovering from the transplant to treat her Leukemia. Read this story.

A Cure for Carmani

Basketball legend's child receives life-saving transplant. Read this story.


Centros de Servicios

Nicklaus Children's Hospital Principal
3100 SW 62nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33155

Designado como un Centro Blue Distinction de Transplantes

 

Reconocido por el American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer

 

Acreditado por la Fundación de Acreditación de Terapias Celulares (FACT)

 

Asociado con la Fundación Tyler Robinson