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GOSH patient and his brother

Celebrating Ralph's new kidney

“I love going swimming and eating Pringles now I don’t have a tube,” said eight-year-old Ralph, who no longer lives at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Today, on World Kidney Day, Ralph and his mum Aime share their story of life after a kidney transplant.

Eddie the Eagle Edwards (not the ski jumper!)

In the run up to World Storytelling Day on March 20, we'll be sharing stories by classmates of GOSH patient Ezara-Mai, inspired by the ward names at the hospital, which are named after animals. This week, Maddie tells us the story of Eddie the Eagle Edwards – but not the ski

Living with a rare disease

Keir is the only child in the UK (and one of only 26 in the world) with familial cold auto-inflammatory syndrome type 2. The only other person in the country to have it is his mum, Laurie. She tells how GOSH helped them.