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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.
Un nuevo dispositivo ayuda a los niños con epilepsia resistente a los medicamentos a controlar las convulsiones
Grant es el primer paciente pediátrico en el sur de la Florida en utilizar el dispositivo de VNS SenTiva, que es actualmente la terapia de respuesta más pequeña y ligera para la epilepsia disponible en el mercado. Se ha demostrado que el dispositivo, utilizado en combinación con medicamentos para la epilepsia, es eficaz para reducir la frecuencia y duración de las convulsiones. 

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Nicklaus Children’s Comprehensive Epilepsy Center Receives NAEC Accreditation
The Nicklaus Children's Hospital Comprehensive Epilepsy Center has received accreditation by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) as a level 4 epilepsy center. Level 4 epilepsy centers have the professional expertise and facilities to provide the highest level medical and surgical evaluation and treatment for patients with complex epilepsy.

Patients Medically Evacuated from Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children's Hospital After Hurricane Maria
A week after Hurricane Maria devastated the Island of Puerto Rico as a category five storm, three patients awaiting complex heart surgeries were evacuated for medical reasons from University Children's Hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children’s for critical care.