Amplatz Children’s Hospital
The Minnesota Vikings drafted John Sullivan in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He replaced a fan favorite as the team’s starting center in 2009 and has become a leader on the offensive line. He frequents the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital and donated money to build a playground for the ailing children.
A little girl’s bone marrow transplant has affected her entire family – even those who live several states away.
Now’s your chance to taste beer brewed by President Barack Obama.
You could say there’s a superhero in every one of us. That’s what Univeristy of Minnesota’s Amplatz Children’s Hospital thinks.
He was set to go to college last fall and play baseball, but leukemia changed that. Now, an 18-year-old man is part of the first-of-its-kind treatment that may allow him to fulfill his dream.
It’s the time of year when we get together with our families and celebrate. And this year, one Twin Cities family really has a lot to be thankful for.
When we consider the things we are thankful for this time of the year, good health is high on the list for many of us.
Two years ago a dog named Batman made a fairly miraculous recovery from a killer cancer. What doctors learned from Batman is now showing real promise at helping save people.
The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry has received a $3.5 million gift toward the construction of what it calls the most advanced pediatric dental clinic in the Upper Midwest.
A little South Dakota boy named Drake Dosch is the lucky recipient of a medical achievement that has only happened 19 times in Minnesota history — the transplant of the small bowel, a critical part of our intestines.
Parents from around the world come to Minnesota seeking treatment for their sick children. Thanks to new technology, their families back home don’t have to feel so far away.
The new University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital is about to begin accepting patients.
Doctors are encouraged by early results from a new procedure for replacing a heart valve without surgery.
A 4-year-old Wisconsin boy with a rare skin disease has received a stem cell transplant in Minnesota.
University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital