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Daniella Celebrates her Ninth Birthday by Advocating for Children’s Health
On this very same day nine years ago, Daniella Alvarez was diagnosed Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumor (ATRT), a rare and aggressive type of brain cancer. The news came on June 26, 2009, her second birthday. Daniella endured years of brain surgeries, aggressive chemotherapies, radiation, imaging scans, multiple visits to intensive care at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. She is now cancer free thanks to a pediatric clinical trial made possible through research funding.
July Patient of the Month: Lacy
Meet our July Patient of the Month, Lacy. Lacy was only 2 years old when her parents noticed that something was wrong. They took her to various doctors to try to find what could be the cause, Lacy had an 8 cm. tumor in her brain, occupying most of the lower part of her head.

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Nicklaus Children's Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program Again Awarded FACT Accreditation
FACT is an internationally-recognized accrediting body for hospitals and medical institutions offering stem cell transplant, and indicates the accredited institution has met the most rigorous standards in every aspect of stem cell therapy.

Una segunda oportunidad para los pacientes que necesitan un trasplante de médula ósea
El Programa de Trasplante de Sangre y Médula Osea del Centro de Cáncer de Nicklaus Children’s Hospital ha trasplantado, con éxito, médula ósea de una madre- quien es donante sólo parcialmente compatible, a su pequeña hija utilizando una técnica que requiere dosis especiales de quimioterapia, antes y después del trasplante. Nicklaus Children’s es uno de los pocos programas pediátricos que ofrece esta técnica.