Jay Petersen from Ankeny, Iowa is part of the team building the new University of Iowa Children’s Hospital.
Dance Marathon acts as both a fundraiser and a celebration to show support for families of children who have had life-threatening operations or illnesses, and raises thousands of dollars for University of Iowa Children's Hospital each year.
Iowa City's West High School students held their 3rd annual Mini Dance Marathon, and raised more than $67,000 for pediatric cancer.
In her fifth month of pregnancy, Tuesdee learned her unborn son, Bentley, had a condition causing his kidney to swell. Her physician referred her to the pediatric urologists at UI Children's Hospital to determine how best to care for Bentley.
At 5 ½ weeks old, Chloe, from Fort Dodge, Iowa became the youngest and smallest baby in the world to undergo a catheter ablation with 3-D mapping at UI Children’s Hospital.
Is where a baby is born more important than when?
Aidan Smith from Council Bluffs, Iowa will be the UI Children's Hospital Kid Captain for the Iowa vs. Tennessee game.