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At her mum Steph’s 20-week scan, Amelia was diagnosed with a rare heart condition which caused a vascular ring to form around her trachea and oesophagus...

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Amelia-Rose aged three, was supported by the Play team at GOSH during treatment.

9 year old Enzo who is currently part of a clinical research trial at GOSH.


Enzo was born prematurely at 27 weeks with his twin sister Savannah. Both developed necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a serious illness in which tissues in the intestine become inflamed and start to die....

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While she was developing inside the womb, Tulsi developed a defect that stopped her spinal cord from forming properly. She was left with a hole in her spine and a sack of spinal fluid exposed on her back. Her mum Laxmi was told that her baby girl might be paralysed, need a tube in her brain to relieve pressure, or worse, not survive....

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Tulsi received surgery at GOSH for her spina bifida.


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