Our patients

  • Michele’s 50-year journey of survivorship

    This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Michele is marking more than 50 years of survivorship and celebrating the ongoing support from KCC and SCH.
  • Phage therapy offers new hope for children with cystic fibrosis

    In a major advancement for personalised medicine, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead (CHW) has launched a world-first clinical trial investigating the use of phage therapy to treat a chronic bacterial infection in children with cystic fibrosis (CF).
  • Mia Rose’s Mount Everest

    They say through adversity comes strength, and that couldn’t be closer to the truth for Mia Rose. The 22-month-old has already climbed her own ‘Mount Everest’, after she was diagnosed with a rare form of eye cancer as a baby.
  • Sam's special 'first'

    There are many ‘firsts’ in a baby’s life – their first bath, first smile, first steps and first words. One-year-old Sam will have a unique ‘first’ to remember looking back on his first year of life.
  • Courtney hits sixes and aces for Australia

    Courtney, a long-term patient at Westmead, is representing Australia in not one, but two sports.