meet our patients
In 2009 a three year old boy called Harley had his world turned upside down, here is mum Samantha Lane tells us about the journey they have been on and why she is grateful to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital…
On a Sunday evening in early April 201, then ten-year-old Kitty from Ashton under Lyne started to lose consciousness. Here her mum tells us about how she felt her daughter slipping away; how ‘Any Dream Will Do’ became their anthem and how she will always be grateful to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital…
Six year old Felicity from Stockport has been under the care of the children’s hospital since she was two-years-old, here her mum Louise tells us about the journey they have been on.
When Robyn was 3 days old she was transferred to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, her parents explain why
Cameron from Preston in Lancashire has visited hospital over 900 times, his parents Dianne and Andy tell us why...
“Cameron suffers from Auto Immune Haemolytic Anaemia, a deficiency of his immune system, which was diagnosed when he was one year old.
Aimee from Tyldesley has been under the care of the children’s hospital since she was two-years-old, mum Karen tells us their story…
"Since Aimee was two she has been receiving treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia at the children’s hospital.
Ten-year-old Kian from Stockport was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL). His mum Carrie; tells us about the journey they have been on…
"Kian was two-years-old when we noticed that he was walking with a limp. At first we thought he had a clicky hip, like his dad did when he was a child.