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Clinical Trial Devices Simplify Managing Type 1 Diabetes for Kids

The children were participants in a pivotal trial of a tubeless insulin pump that continuously adapts insulin delivery levels based on blood sugar levels and trends. UH Rainbow was selected as a clinical trial site for this study.

Tasha Taylor being treated at University Hospitals

Music Therapy Provides Respite From Pain of Sickle Cell Disease

Tasha Taylor lives with excruciating pain from sickle cell disease. The episodes can last for days, weeks or sometimes months and often send Taylor to the hospital. During an inpatient stay at University Hospitals, she discovered music therapy.

Young Vinny stands with a little help from family

Specialized Care for Infants with Heart Defects Keeps Baby at Home

Vinny’s complex congenital heart disease was detected before he was born. Mom and Vinny’s health were followed closely during pregnancy by the Congenital Heart Collaborative’s fetal team at UH Rainbow.

Sierra Prindle and her husband

Young Mother Finds Diagnosis, Treatment After Years of Mystery Illness

Although she had a happy marriage, two beautiful boys and a fulfilling job, she suffered from depression because of constant, intense pain in the back of her left leg.

Meechie Johnson, Jr. on the court

High School Basketball Player's Journey Through Difficult Injury Ends in Success

Meechie Johnson, Jr., injured his knee during playoffs for the Garfield Heights High School team in his sophomore year. As a top 30 player in the country and the No. 3 point guard, much was at stake.

Shaynee Novak at home

Holistic Approach Provides Relief From Decades-Long Depression

Depression hit Shaynee Novak in high school, but it wasn’t until adulthood that she had a name for it. All she knew was that she felt different from her friends.

Levestor and Lyvette Johnson

A Question About a Sore Throat Leads to a Cancer Diagnosis

At an appointment for a routine checkup, Levestor Johnson mentioned his throat had been feeling sore and scratchy lately after his doctor asked him if he had any questions or concerns.

80-year-old aerobics instructor Rosie Daniels in the gym

Innovative Approach To Bladder Cancer Offers Promise of an Active Life

Diagnosed while balancing a busy schedule officiating swim meets and teaching four classes per week, aerobics instructor Rosie Daniels didn’t have any patience for a bag collecting urine outside her body.

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