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Natalie with her mom, Robin

Our Patients. Their Stories. Natalie

How one piece of equipment has made all the difference for a patient and her family.

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program receives a grant

D-H Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program Receives Grant

The Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program was awarded a New England March of Dimes Quality Improvement Grant to improve quality and safety of care to pregnant women with substance use disorders.

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Meghan Richardson

Reaching a Momentous Milestone in Care

Meghan Richardson: Transitioning from pediatric to adult care for Cystic Fibrosis.

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Jack Deliso playing football with his dad.

Our Patients: Jack Deliso

Nine-year-old Jack Deliso is back playing football after having a mass at the base of his spine removed.

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Jesse Ross

Jesse Ross: Hiking for CHaD

19-year-old Jesse Ross hiked the Appalachian Trail while raising money for CHaD.

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Appalachian Trail Sign

One Life: Jesse Ross

Nineteen-year-old Jesse Ross, born with persistent pulmonary hypertension, is hiking 2,185 miles for CHaD.

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D-H Patient Amanda Shadowens

One Life: Amanda Shadowens

In what was the first pediatric case in the Center for Surgical Intervention, Drs. Sohail Mirza and David Bauer teamed up for a two-part spinal fusion procedure to help 13-year-old Amanda Shadowens.

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Lauren sitting with her mother

Lauren's Story: Waking Up with Crossed Eyes

Lauren remembers, “I decorated the mask they would use to put me to sleep and they gave me a heated blanket – it was so warm!"

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