• Ten-year-old Ruby had been suffering with severe migraines.  Her parents took her to her local hospital before she was transferred to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital by emergency ambulance.  Dad Gary shares their story.

  • Brothers Archie and Charlie from Cheadle were both born with a very rare genetic condition called Cleidocranial Dysplasia, which affects only 1 in a million people in the UK. The boys have been patients at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital ever since they were born. Their mum Lauren shares their story:

  • Adam was just eight-years-old when he was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour.

  • Molly from Rochdale was just 16-years-old when a period of frequent headaches, nausea and dizziness lead to the devastating diagnosis of a cancerous brain tumour.

  • When Donna was twenty weeks pregnant a routine scan picked up a condition which would see Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital becoming a familiar place for the family.  Here Donna tells us about her journey…

  • Vicky Reeson from York, knows only too well what it is like to have a child too poorly to leave the ward, here she tells us about how she nearly lost her daughter Jasmin and the journey they’ve been on at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital…