Meet ElliottMeet the Patients
Little Elliott’s rare condition means he can’t stop smiling, but it’s hiding a serious disease doctors are working hard to improve.
Bright souls fight cancerMeet the Patients
Each year, 200 young people enter The Royal Children's Hospital for cancer treatment.
Generations of GivingMeet the Patients
As the Good Friday Appeal celebrates 90 years of supporting the Royal Children’s Hospital, patients from different eras share tales of care.
Meet CharlotteMeet the Patients
When a tumour she dubbed 'Mr Potato Head" invaded Charlotte's entire abdomen, the four-year-old endured chemotherapy and 28 hours of surgery.
Meet NoahMeet the Patients
Noah was born with his major organs – heart, liver, stomach, lungs and spleen – all flipped in reverse to their normal positions.
Meet HarryMeet the Patients
Little Harry should be critically ill but he has recovered just as fast as a rare condition took hold of his kidneys thanks to a life-saving drug and top-class medical system.
Meet SamuelMeet the Patients
Samuel had life saving surgery when he was barely a day old after it was discovered the lower end of his digestive tract hadn't developed properly.