News 12 is proud to partner with the Children's Hospital of Georgia for a music video with kids, parents and staff singing along to Katy Perry's popular song "Firework."
Many families throughout the world are affected by cancer. But for Holly Pilcher, cancer is the last thing she ever thought her 5-month-old baby would be facing.
Climbing, jumping and always smiling, Howell Beman sure doesn't act like a child who spends a lot of his time in the hospital. But it hasn't always been easy for this 5-year-old.
When Bea Hall heart she was having a granddaughter, many beautiful thoughts popped into her mind: cheerleading, prom, weddings.
A trip to the Children's Medical Center in 2010 turned into a real life nightmare for the Taylor family after Emma Rhae Taylor was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease.
Nick started out with a general stomachache and a low-grade fever, but then it seemed to be more than an average virus. Sharon Melton, Nick's mother, wanted answers, so she kept bringing him to doctors.
Last fall when the Greenwood High School senior went to the doctor for knee pain, he never would have guess he'd be battling a life-threatening challenge and battling osteosarcoma -- bone cancer.
Hannah Smith was living out a typical junior year juggling school, work and dance, but in December 2011, tragedy struck when she realized she couldn't breathe.
It was Mother's Day 2007 when 9-month-old Mallory had her first seizure. She would make countless trips to the Children's Medical Center, battling 14 different seizures in less than six years.
For the Rogers family, their first daughter was perfectly healthy, but then an ultrasound for their second daughter showed something was very wrong.
Four-year-old Mark Gregory just wants to be a star. But for the first part of his life, Mark spent the better part of the first year and a half of his life at MCG and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or NICU.
An estimated 300,000 people in the United States have to deal with scleroderma. If you've never heard of it, you are not alone. One young girl shares her battle.
The typical 15-year-old girl is a sophomore in high school, getting ready to drive and hang by the pool with friends. But Margaret Beckum spent every day fighting for the next one.
Mia Walker was more than an hour away from help when she was bitten by a deadly snake. Doctors say she is a walking miracle.
Kids fighting cancer and blood disorders often turn to Children's Medical Center at MCG and Wednesday that center is showing off a big makeover.
All day Thursday, local Dairy Queens donated a portion of Blizzard sales to MCG's Children's Medical Center.
For many of the kids, it's the most exciting week of their whole year. News 12 takes you behind the scenes for Camp Rainbow's 25th Birthday and shows you how you can help these kids keep smiling.
A big thanks today for the people who are helping the children.
Your contributions are visible all around the MCGHealth Children's Medical Center.
A local woman's mission to make a difference one life at a time headed to the MCGHealth Children's Medical Center. This time, Candye Smith surprised two-year-old Benjamin, a cancer patient, with free tickets to the circus.
Laurie Ott spent years anchoring the news and raising money for the Children's Miracle Network, but she never imagined she would but one of the ones who needed it.
A family plan from the CMC gives one family a plan to give their daughter a second chance at life.
A tiny little boy, known as a blue baby, Jacob Rodriguez had just half of a working heart when he was born. His first life saving surgery came when he was only two days old.
A typical summer day on the farm turned into anything but, when a 13-year-old Ridge Spring boy flipped his 4-wheeler.
Your donations provide support for miracle babies such as Eliana, who was born at only 26 weeks.
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