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Lifelong patient with rare congenital condition honored as a Patient Hero

At one day old, Naomi was diagnosed with a congenital laryngeal web.



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5 months after being struck by car, siblings are honored as Mary Bridge Children’s Patient Heroes

Eva and Jordan were struck by a car as it lost control and veered off the roadway near the shore.



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Child Life helps Mary Bridge patient feel ‘proud’ after every appointment

Liam was first seen at the Mary Bridge Children’s Emergency Department when he was almost a year old.



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Tree House helps Alaska family heal

Joss Krug needed a heart valve surgery not available in his home state of Alaska.



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CeCe’s Journey: The story of one Mary Bridge Children’s patient

Join us as we share the story of Cecile Snyder, a spunky, silly, brave and wonderful patient of Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.



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Mary Bridge helps Silverdale teen recover after being struck by car

“I kept telling myself that I wasn’t going to give up,” says Ashley.



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High-tech surgery helps young patient with severe scoliosis

New robotic-assisted surgery at Mary Bridge helped Devin's posture and comfort.



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100 days in the NICU: Micro-preemie twins survive with expert care

Lex and Lochlan entered the world screaming — and well ahead of schedule — born at just 24 weeks.



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Mary Bridge helps Puyallup family navigate unknowns of juvenile ALS

At 9 years old, Taylor was diagnosed with juvenile ALS, an extremely rare and degenerative neurological disease.



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12-year-old volleyball whiz spikes arthritis

Anna willingly shares her story about battling a rare form of juvenile arthritis so she can help others.



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