Daniella, 10, undergoes testing for brain surgery.
Todd has a splenectomy, and Taylor has a nerve injury.
Baby Daniel undergoes surgery to correct malformations caused by Apert's syndrome.
Nine-year-old Andrew undergoes surgery to restore the vision, and baby Gregory needs an operation to save his kidney function.
13-year-old Jamie has surgery to correct her cleft palate, and baby Daniel has surgery on his club feet.
Nine-month-old Peyton undergoes surgery to close the soft spot on her skull.
Doctors operate on Lisa's obstructed kidney, and Kayla undergoes corrective surgery for curvature of her spine.
Baby Kaleigh undergoes life-saving surgery on her malformed heart.
Doctors prepare to use stem cells from Konner's younger brother's umbilical cord, and Victoria has reconstructive surgery on her eyelid.
Konner has a bone marrow transplant, and Kileen gets the chance to skate.
Surgeons realise that baby Lauren needs to have open-heart surgery.
Ten-year-old Erin undergoes surgery to straighten a hump in her back.
Doctors determine whether they will be able to remove a tumour wrapped around 7-year-old Christine's vena cava.
Reconstructive ear surgery; dislocated hip.
Malformed airway; Treacher Collins Syndrome.
Teen Bryan undergoes plastic surgery after a vehicular crash.
Severely deaf 15-year-old Ryan is given a cochlear implant to enable him to hear.
Surgeons use an advanced technique to close the hole in the heart of three year-old Trevor.
Doctors attempt to repair the tracheoesophageal fistula suffered by three month-old Liam.
Doctors operate on 5-year-old Cassandra who has spina bifida.
Young John, born with only one kidney, prepares for a transplant from his father.
Doctors operate on 6-year-old Ben who has spina bifida.
Doctors try to remove 6-year-old Che-Ann's gallstones.
Doctors determine what the best course of action for young Jacob, who suffers from a heart condition, will be.
Three month-old Camryn's parents prepare for their daughter's cleft lip and palate operation.
Doctors hope that severe cerebral palsy sufferer Shannon will benefit fom the use of the drug Baclofen.
Doctors attempt a third cornea transplant for nine-year-old Tyler.
Bubba's cancer has returned, but doctors hope this third treatment will rid him of the disease.
Two-year-old Natalie has a malformed heart and now has to endure a third operation.
Fifteen-year-old Danielle has cerebral palsy and doctors attempt to straighten her spine.
Three-and-a-half-year-old Vishal has a hole in the heart and cleft lip and palate and gets life-changing surgery.
One month-old Darrien receives corneal transplants that will enable him to see.
The progress of eight year-old Filipino Juliean.
Eight year-old Filipino Juliean travels to Toronto to receive surgery to correct her frontal-nasal encephalocele.
Profoundly deaf one and-a-half year-old Emily receives a cochlear implant.
Four-week old Sydnee has surgery to remove cataracts on both her eyes.
Doctors hope to remove a tumour on Chris's pancreas; Moebius Syndrome sufferer Eric receives a muscle transplant.
Surgeons attempt to correct a malformation of the blood vessels that have developed in 7-year-old Kyle's lip.
Doctors attempt to remove fast-growing tumours on one-year old Calla's kidneys; Kieran undergoes corrective surgery on the shunt that was installed in his skull.
End-stage kidney disease sufferer Samuel prepares to receive one of his father's kidneys.
Doctors use a new technique to close the hole in Neda's heart; update on the plight of toddler Kayla, who has a malignant tumour.
Doctors decide whether to operate on the malignant tumour of two year-old Kayla; three year-old Felesha undergoes an operation on her hip.
Surgeons operate on baby Logan's heart to correct the position of his blood vessels.
Doctors operate on 1-year-old Jackson, who has an obstruction in the tube that leads from his kidney to his bladder.
Kariym receives a bone-anchored hearing aid; 2-year-old Sydney continues to wait for a liver.
Two-year-old Sydney is on a liver-transplant waiting list for nearly all her life; an update on scoliosis-patient Ashley.
Doctors attempt to straighten the spine of scoliosis-sufferer Ashley; Evan is transferred to the Neonatal Unit immediately after his birth.
Awaiting the birth of Evan, who was diagnosed in vitro with a break in his abdomen wall; eight year-old Kayla receives treatment for a dog bite near her eye.
Alexa's inability to walk is caused by cerebral palsy; Mika returns to the Philippines.
Mika travels to Canada for heart surgery; Kareem is discharged from the hospital.
Surgeons attempt to reshape Robert's skull; complications arise with Kareem's transplant.
Two-year-old Kareem will receive a kidney from his mother; Sheryl remains in isolation to see if her bone marrow transplant will graft.
Sheryl receives a bone marrow transplant from her brother; Sarah returns home after her surgery.
Christopher receives surgery for improperly developed bones in his hand; Sarah struggles with epilepsy.
Sarah suffers from severe epilepsy; Jocelyn leaves the hospital.
Two-year-old Avery suffers from a rare form of eye cancer; Jocelyn recovers from transplant surgery.
Jocelyn, 6-months, gets a new heart; Mackenzie's cochlear device is turned on.
Jacob is premature and in respiratory distress; cochlear implants.
Girl remains in a coma after a car accident; boy needs kidney transplant.
Cochlear implant surgery; living kidney transplant surgery.
Girl suffers head injury in a car accident; teen has tumor removed.