Kylie's Kids: Imani's Bone Marrow Needs Receives Nat'l AttentionIt only takes a few minutes with Imani to catch some of her positive attitude. She has Myelodysplastic Syndrome, a bone marrow failure disease. She just had a bone marrow transplant at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.
Kylie's Kids: 2-Year-Old Elisa Battling Rare Skin ConditionThere is only one place in the world treating a rare skin condition known as E-B, and that's right here in Minneapolis. The University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital is doing bone marrow transplants to help children whose skin isn't attached to their bodies. They live with painful blisters all over their skin.
Kylie's Kids: Meet SydneyThis week, Kylie introduces us to Syndey. Ten-year-old Sydney Macmurray came up from Huntsville, Ala. to receive a bone marrow transplant at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.
Kylie's Kids: Meet AntonAnton is a charming 5-year-old spending about six months in Minnesota to receive a bone marrow transplant at Masonic Children's Hospital. He was born with a rare skin tissue disorder, epidermolysis bullosa. His whole family traveled from Texas to Minnesota to be with him during the treatment.
Procedure Pioneered In Minn. Helps Texas Boy With Rare Skin DisorderAnton Delgado has epidermolysis bullosa. It makes his skin so delicate, it easily blisters or even comes off. He recently had a bone marrow transplant at the University of Minnesota Children's Hospital to try to improve his health.
Marrow Donor Shows Life-Saving ProcessFor the thousands of people diagnosed every year with life-threatening blood cancers like leukemia or lymphoma, there is a cure. It lives inside of each and every one of us, and the only way to save a life is by donating marrow.
Marrow Donor & Recipient Meet For First TimeHow do you thank a total stranger for saving your life? It's a question Jenna Langer has been thinking about for more than a year.
3-Year-Old & His Marrow Donor Celebrate A ‘Re-Birthday’When he was just 1-year-old, Caleb Nord was diagnosed with a life-threatening immune disorder called H.L.H. Months later, he received a bone marrow transplant from a complete stranger, saving his life.