Mississippi Boy Commutes To Chicago For TreatmentLevi Krystosek has an extraordinarily rare condition. Chicago happens to be home to an expert. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Lurie Hospital Gender Identity Clinic Gets $500K From PritzkerThe gender and sex development program at Lurie Children's Hospital has just received a $500,000 grant from Jennifer Pritzker, a Chicago philanthropist who is a transgender woman.
Jackson Chance Foundation Hold Annual Brunch Honoring Health Care Providers At Lurie Children's Hospital NICU A Chicago mom is giving back after losing her infant son a few years ago.
Hospital Cook's Retirement Marks End Of EraBettye Tucker, 71, has worked for the children's hospital since 1966.
Blizzard Can't Stop Organ Transplant At Lurie Children's HospitalThe question was: Would the family in need of the organ make it to Chicago in time? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
At Lurie Children's Hospital, Dream Team Helps Kids Fight Brain TumorsThey're on the job, thanks in large part to millions of dollars in donations in recent years, reports CBS 2’s Mike Parker.
Thousands Climb Aon Center Stairs To Raise Money For Lurie Children's HospitalThere was no line for the elevators at one of Chicago's tallest buildings Sunday morning as thousands of people took the stairs.
Through Tragedy, Baby Ava Gets A Chance At LifeAva Martin received a new heart Dec. 14. CBS 2's Brad Edwards has the story on how it happened.
After 111 Days Of Waiting, Good News Comes For Baby Heart PatientCBS 2's Brad Edwards has this follow-up report.
Toy Drive Ends, But Cancer Foundation Still Going StrongSue Staehely’s son, Mark, started the toy drive in 2000, getting people to donate 150 toys to the pediatric cancer unit at Children’s Memorial Hospital – now Lurie Children’s Hospital.
Family Of Baby Heart Patient Knows The Pain Of WaitingCBS 2's Rob Johnson introduces us to Ava Martin, who has endured much in her 15 months.
County Workers Volunteer At Hospital To Honor Colleagues Who Died In 2003 FireAlmost three dozen staff members of the Cook County Public Guardian's office spent Wednesday night doing volunteer work to honor three colleagues who died in a fire 12 years ago.