Category Archives: Cancer and Hematology

World Sickle Cell Day: Joshua’s story

We received Joshua’s diagnosis as a result of his amniocentesis. I was so afraid not knowing what this would mean for my unborn child. I shared the news with my … Full Entry »

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Periwinkle Arts in Medicine Program partners with Houston Symphony

The Periwinkle Arts in Medicine Program at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers recently partnered with the Houston Symphony. As part of this collaboration, four community-embedded musicians visit and perform … Full Entry »

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A toy cabinet for Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands

Requirement five of the Boy Scout handbook says, “While a Life Scout, plan, develop and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, any school … Full Entry »

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Our experience in the NICU at Texas Children’s

I have wanted kids for as long as I can remember. There was nothing in this world I wanted more than to be a mother. When Aaron and I got married, I … Full Entry »

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From Dallas to Houston: Tyler’s battle with osteosarcoma

Our son Tyler was a healthy, happy, smart, normal 8-year-old. He had a love for baseball and all things outdoors. He was looking forward to starting fall baseball.  Tyler mentioned … Full Entry »

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