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Children's Champions for Children's Hospital videos
| Frank Cummins
Frank was a completely healthy teenager, until one weekend he got a bit dehydrated. His sickness progressed, ending in a seizure.
| Tyler Kreklow |
Tyler was born with supraventricular tachycardia and an atrial septal defect. When he was 5, he was diagnosed with an immunodeficiency, and needed infusions every week. He was diagnosed with a virtually clean bill of health Sept. 17, 2007, three weeks before he was tragically killed in a car accident.
| Ryan and Sean Kennedy
Ryan and Sean were riding dirt bikes when they collided head on at full speed on a hill, knocking both out. Flight for Life took Ryan to Children's Hospital. Both kids were wearing helmets, which saved Ryan's life and kept Sean from serious injuries.
| Michna's Story|
Brittany had a week-long stomachache at age 9. Mom decided to take her to Children's Hospital, where she was quickly diagnosed with neuroblastoma. She had a transplant from her own stem cells in a 12-hour surgery.