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Rising cases of horrific abuse push Valley Children’s Hospital to increase care

Number of abused children treated at Valley Children’s Hospital is growing

Medical director of special center says what he sees is ‘bewildering’

Says a specialist of child abuse: ‘What we see here is the worst, but it goes on every day’

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Kids Day: No more chemo for Noah

Daniel and Alexandria Escobar talk about their hopes of life returning to normal after the last bout of chemotherapy for son Noah, 2, who is an oncology patient at Valley Children's Hospital. Noah underwent 90 treatments for a rare form of neuroblastoma.

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Watch Visalia students sell Kids Day newspapers

Students from Mt. Whitney and Golden West high schools sell Kids Day newspapers in Visalia on Tuesday, March 8, 2016. Thousands of volunteers across the Central Valley sold the papers, which serve as a fundraiser for Valley Children's Hospital.

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Every dollar given helps support the hospital’s needs

It might not seem like the money you spent today buying this Kids Day special publication could do a lot of good. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the money goes a long way toward helping the more than 1.3 million children who have access to Valley Children’s Hospital.

Videos

Kids Day: No more chemo for Noah

Daniel and Alexandria Escobar talk about their hopes of life returning to normal after the last bout of chemotherapy for son Noah, 2, who is an oncology patient at Valley Children's Hospital. Noah underwent 90 treatments for a rare form of neuroblastoma.
Kids Day: No more chemo for Noah 1:36

Kids Day: No more chemo for Noah

Watch Visalia students sell Kids Day newspapers 1:32

Watch Visalia students sell Kids Day newspapers

Valley Children's continues to expand care to rural areas with new clinics 2:09

Valley Children's continues to expand care to rural areas with new clinics

Kids Day 2015 in Fresno 1:04

Kids Day 2015 in Fresno