News

  • Aboriginal Children's Day

    Today is National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day. Children’s Day, as it is known, is an opportunity for all Australians to show their support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and learn about the vital impact that culture, family and community play in their lives.

  • Giving critically ill babies the breast care – World Breastfeeding Week

    If there is one thing I can attest to as a lactation specialist working in neonatal intensive care, it is that the power of breast milk should never be underestimated.

  • A letter to my organ donor

    To my organ donor,

    You don’t know me but my name is Jake, I’m 13 years old and my life was saved because of you.

  • NSW first CAR T-cell therapy gives hope for Aussie kids with Leukaemia

    Oncologists at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH) have delivered the state’s first CAR T-cell infusion to 11-year-old Kamm Deininger, who is currently cancer-free following two relapses and a three year battle with a rare and devastating form of Leukaemia.

  • Brayden's super liver

    Four-year-old Brayden has a scar the size of a dinner plate on his stomach – and he’s not afraid to show it off. Why? Because underneath that scar is his super liver.

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