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The lab solving the hospital's biological mysteries

A patient’s samples arrive at the specimen reception desk of the microbiology team at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). A one-year-old girl is battling an infection following treatment for cancer found in her skull, and it’s now up to the Microbiology team to determine what the infection is and plan treatment.

Queen Rosie

In July 2015, Rosie was diagnosed with restrictive cardiomyopathy, a condition that affects one in a million children. Her mother, Sara, was told that her daughter had severe heart failure and would need a heart transplant within a year if she were to survive. 

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.