On January 26, Diamond Awards guests heard how research at the U of M's Bob Allison Ataxia Research Center can change lives. Watch one family's story.
Community pitches in to make the holiday season one to remember for kids at U of M Masonic Children's Hospital.
Given months to live, a native Minnesotan comes back home and finds a new care team—and a more positive outlook.
Desperate to improve his son’s prognosis, a New Jersey father seeks out the best in muscular dystrophy research—and finds the U.
U physician-scientists work on treatments and technologies that aim to better manage the disease—or stop it in its tracks.
After an intense illness and extensive TP-IAT surgery, the first grader is living a normal life.
Adopted children and their families find care and guidance at the U's pioneering Adoption Medicine Clinic.
Continued funding from Killebrew-Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament helps to advance the pace of leading-edge bench-to-bedside research.
Goldy Gopher is fundraising to bring birthday cheer to hospitalized children.
An emotion-filled photo project depicts good days, hard days, and everything in between for hospitalized children and their families.