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AMAZING THINGS ARE HAPPENING HERE: Leni's Story

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Leni Hsiao was a healthy, smiling newborn. But when she was just two months old, her parents, Amanda and Jerry, noticed something was not right. They took her to NewYork-Presbyterian, where they received devastating news: Leni was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. Over the next year, she underwent chemotherapy and endured several serious complications. But thanks to her parents' love, and the skill and dedication of NYP care professionals, including her Child Life team, Leni is healthy—and thriving—today.

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HELPFUL HEALTH TIPS: 5 Ways to Help Children Cope During a Hospital Stay

NewYork-Presbyterian's Child Life experts are specially trained to help our youngest patients feel safe and comfortable. In honor of Child Life Month, see their most effective strategies for helping children and their families cope during a hospital stay.

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Noelle

In 2017, at just 14 years old, Noelle Hazel (pictured with Benjamin Roye, MD, above) underwent a complex spinal fusion surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian that changed her life and renewed her confidence. Now, inspired by the incredible care she received, she proudly serves as an advocate for other patients. She recently established a Facebook fundraising campaign to show her support for the hospital that, in her words: "made me feel like I have purpose. I want to give back all I can."

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NATIONAL DOCTORS’ DAY 2020: Honor an Amazing Physician

National Doctors' Day is March 30! Join NewYork-Presbyterian as we salute the world-class physicians who make amazing things happen for our patients every day. You can also honor a doctor you admire and help strengthen the incredible healthcare that sets NYP apart with a special tribute gift.

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IN THE KNOW: Debunking Common Colonoscopy Myths

Did you know that colon cancer is highly preventable? While doctors recommend beginning colonoscopies at age 45, many people avoid them because they think the procedure may be painful or embarrassing. In recognition of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, learn more about this and other common colonoscopy myths.

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