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September 08, 2003

  • A teen of many talents says he owes it all to Shriners (6/02)
  • Brenna brightens any day (2/02)
  • Former patients pave the way for amputee hockey and a future Paralympic Team (1/02)
  • Tiff thanks Shriners for saving her life (7/01)
  • Shriners patient sings praises to those who have helped so much (7/01)
  • Shriners patient named first Sports Illustrated 'Young Sportsman of the Year' (5/01)
  • Shriners burn patient gives thanks to those who saved her life (7/00)
  • Shriners patient gives musical tribute to those who have helped so much (7/00)
  • Former Shriners Hospitals burn patient now a noted surgeon (9/99)
  • Shriners Hospitals help dream become reality as former patient records first CD (9/99)
  • Cheerleader stands strong, thanks to Shriners Hospitals (4/99)
  • Shriners Hospitals make surfing the seas of life easier for Shriners Hospital patient (4/99)
  • Life With Rosie Independence comes in the form of a four-legged friend (12/98)
  • Not afraid to dream Exploring physical abilities leads to national championship (12/98)
  • Making Medical History Rob, paralyzed in an auto accident at the age of two, had a dream he wanted to walk. A special program at the Shriners Hospital in Philadelphia helped Rob achieve his dream. (7/98)
  • Way to grow! For Melissa, with added height comes greater self-esteem (8/98)
  • Brother, two sisters get off to a running start in life, thanks to Shriners Hospitals (4/98)

    If you know of a child Shriners Hospitals might be able to help, please call our toll-free patient referral line:
    In the U.S.:
    1-800-237-5055.
    In Canada:
    1-800-361-7256.

  • Patients Honored at Shrine Convention Nick and actor Pat Morita share their stories of their triumph over a childhood disability. (7/97)
  • Aaron wins three medals in the '96 Paralympics in Atlanta. (11/96)
  • Angelica is is working hard to overcome the effects of cerebral palsy. With the help of the Shriners Hospital in Houston, she's making great strides. (12/96)
  • David is making a name for himself as a singer, dancer and choreographer, with a Broadway show and two Miss America Pageants under his belt. But when he was born, this young man's doctors told his parents he'd probably never walk. (7/95)
  • Jesse is a double winner, playing soccer on a Shriners Soccer team with the prosthetic leg he received from the Shriners Hospital in Tampa. (8/96)
  • Blake is a giggling bundle of energy, despite his prosthetic foot. (8/96)
  • Stuart races down the slopes, aiming for Olympic Gold in 1998 never mind that he skis with one prosthetic leg. (8/96)
  • Brandon Manning and Alex Montoya are two young men who have big dreams. With the help of Shriners Hospitals, both Alex and Brandon are finding success. (6/96)
  • Tony is one of the fastest sprinters in the world, yet he runs on two prosthetic feet. (9/96)
  • Darla has it all she's a licensed practical nurse, fitness instructor, wife and mother, and a country music singer. But when she was seriously burned as a youngster, she wasn't expected to survive. (8/96)
  • Palani and Jeff Their stories are different, but these two young people have shown similar courage and determination in overcoming their handicaps. (8/96)

 

 

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