• The fifth floor includes 49 new beds, with a view of nature from every room.
  • No pokes or doses of medicine in here! Three days a week, there are special art and music therapy sessions held in our dedicated playrooms. We can also host sibling groups. Next door, The Den is a lounge exclusively for teens and young adults, complete with a giant TV for gaming and movies.
 

 

Where Hope Lives

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Opening: Units for cancer, stem cell and gene therapies, and clinical trials

The new fifth floor at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is opening to patients in the winter. The focus? Cancer, stem cell and gene thera­pies, and first-in-human clinical trials. The impact? Life-saving treatments and cures for thousands of children.

We are grateful to the many donors who have supported our hospital and made this groundbreaking work possible. Many of the patients and families who come here have been told that there's no hope or that they have tried every treatment. But here, we’ll give them hope. With your continued support, we will make the impossible possible.

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of Packard Children’s News.

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