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“Lexi is not only alive today because of the care she received at Seattle Children’s; she’s living her life to the fullest.” Lisa, Lexi’s mom

Watch our Miracle Season special on KOMO News Sunday at 7 p.m. to see inspiring stories like Lexi's.
When kids can’t come to the science, Seattle Children’s Researcher Dr. Amanda Jones brings the science to the kids in a 425-horse, 19-ton mobile science lab.

Eric's Heroes: Scientist, will travel for kids

This Saturday, Dec. 10, zulily is hosting a sample sale benefiting Strong Against Cancer at their Seattle corporate office. Bring your own bag - and make it a big one - because there is a lot of shopping to do!
Tweens, teens and young adults need yearly medical checkups for physical and emotional health and for preventing risk-taking behaviors. Dr. Breuner shares tips to help them make the most of their checkups.

Tweens, Teens and Young Adults Need Checkups Too

Showbox Presents was officially ROCKED on Saturday night for the 5th annual SMooCH Seattle Musicians for Children's Hospital concert benefiting uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s. Guests went above and beyond raising over $3,005,000! Thank you to all the talented chefs, wine makers, performers and sponsors for making it a fabulous time for all!
Give the gift of a healthier baby! Seattle Children’s is partnering with Cricket Crate on a monthly subscription box, developed by Kiwi Crate, that includes research-based items for newborns and toddlers. Proceeds help fund child health research.

Give the Gift of a Healthier Baby

Patients were all smiles as they got to meet their favorite Seattle Seahawks during the team’s annual Captain’s Blitz visit. “I want to thank them for giving me more motivation to keep going. They never give up. They don’t accept defeat.” – Giovani

Seahawks Bring Joy to 12s Big and Small at Seattle Children’s

Have you heard about recent cases of mumps in Western Washington? Seattle Mama Doc shares the latest news, including number of cases, symptoms to watch for and how to reduce risk for your family.
Skyler survived a rare, aggressive brain tumor at age seven. Today, he's making 100 “Puppet Patients” kits for his Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout project — to help make sure no child at Seattle Children’s Hospital feels alone.

“I want them to be strong, and to never give up. I want them to know they are special just the way they are. I also hope to inspire others to give back to those who...
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Teen Gives Back to the Hospital That Saved His Life

Ready, set, snow! Our first Kohl's Cares winter sport helmet event of the season is Saturday at Seattle Children’s Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center. FREE ski helmets for kids ages 4-18. Supplies are limited and wearers must be present to be fitted. Please share with friends and families who may be interested. Together we can help make the slopes safer for kids.

Winter Sport Helmet Fitting and Giveaway

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T-cell immunotherapy is one of the most promising new cancer therapies of our time, with recent clinical trials resulting in 93% of kids treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) in remission. Dr. Rebecca Gardner will share an exciting new approach to improve the treatment and limit side effects this weekend at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting. #ASH16

Researchers Find Possible Key to Limiting Side Effects From T-Cell Immunotherapy

Nearly 2 million kids around the world live with HIV. Today is World AIDS Day. Dr. Thor Wagner, who treats HIV-positive children, discusses how kids live with the virus today. One question he often hears is, “When will there be a cure for HIV?”

What does the future hold for children with HIV?

Thank you to everyone who celebrated #GivingTuesday by supporting patients, like Bowen, and their families! Your gifts help make lifesaving care and research possible and we are incredibly grateful!
Nina talks about her brain tumor and the life-saving surgery Dr. Ellenbogen performed a decade ago. Today she volunteers helping Seattle Children’s patients make art, and she creates and sells clay figurines to raise money for patient care. See her work at Nina's Artistry - Clay Creations and watch her on KING 5.

Seattle Children's patient pays it forward

There are just a few hours left on #GivingTuesday, but it only takes a minute to make sure Seattle Children’s lifesaving care and groundbreaking research reaches all children who need it. If you haven’t already, please consider making a gift now.

Giving Tuesday - Seattle Children's

To honor U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens’ memory, his sister Dr. Anne Stevens launched a program at Seattle Children’s that brings doctors from Kenya to work in Seattle's global health community. The Seattle Times shares the story.

After ambassador died, sister finds way to honor him

Today is #GivingTuesday and thanks to the generosity of donors like you, patients like Bowen have hope for a healthy future. Donations make lifesaving pediatric care and research possible. Please give today so patients like Bowen never have to skip a beat.

Giving Tuesday - Seattle Children's

Without immediate, expert treatment, Bowen would have died. But thanks to the generosity of our donors, Seattle Children’s engineers and researchers created a 3-D model of his heart, allowing surgeons to practice the delicate surgery before performing it. The end result: Bowen’s life was saved. Make a gift to Seattle Children’s tomorrow, on #GivingTuesday so more children like Bowen can...
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#GivingTuesday - Seattle Children's

Shopping online today? Give our patients a helping hand by selecting Seattle Children’s as your Amazon Smile charity of choice. Shop Amazon.com through this link [ Bit.ly Link ] and a portion of your purchase will be donated to the hospital.