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Great Ormond Street Hospital deals with over 200,000 patient visits every year. Here are some of the remarkable stories of our patients and their families. Read Joe's story >
Tasha underwent a heart transplant and double lung operation at GOSH as a teenager.
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Jake spent five months in hospital as a teenager after being diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia.
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Florence was rushed to GOSH with multiple organ failure caused by an enlarged heart.
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Christianne was diagnosed with neuroblastoma and received treatment at GOSH at eight weeks old.
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Holly underwent pioneering surgery at GOSH after a brain scan showed she had moya-moya syndrome.
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Dominic was treated at GOSH for a number of issues as a result of fetal alcohol syndrome.
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Tahlia was born with an extremely rare disease called long segment trachael stenosis.
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Oliver was referred to GOSH by his local hospital when he was nine months old, after suffering from seizures.
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Jack needed treatment after he was born with a cyst on his brain which caused uncontrollable seizures.
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Lara was diagnosed with a life threatening metabolic disorder shortly after being born.
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Sophia was brought to GOSH when she was just a day old and was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis.
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When Zoe was two months old, an ultrasound scan discovered she had a large cyst in her brain.
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