Infectious disease experts Yvonne Maldonado, MD, and Desiree LaBeaud, MD, MS, discuss the mosquito-borne infection.
Doctors and nurses at our Bass Childhood Cancer Center practice their resuscitation skills several times a year, thanks to a new, hospital-wide, cutting-edge program that provides lifesaving training.
Jordan Ervin, 6, had 26 areas of blood flow blockage from his heart to his lungs. Surgeon Frank Hanley repaired all of the blockages in one marathon surgery.
Baby Jackson Lane’s heart problems were “about as dramatic as you can get.” Famed surgeon Dr. Frank Hanley and his team stepped in to save Jackson’s life. “We are just so lucky that we found Dr. Hanley and that our son fought for his life,” said mom Elyse.
Thanks to a new Pediatric Interventional Radiology program at Stanford Children’s Health, the first of its kind in the Bay Area, kids can often forgo anesthesia and, in some cases, surgery for many of their treatments.
A San Jose teen and wrestling champ has regained full function after a complex surgery on his leg and back.
A gastroenterologist diagnosed teen with a swallowing disorder in which tight muscle fibers in the lower esophagus prevent food and liquids from passing