Isobel Tutor was trying to cram a lifetime in a few weeks. Without a liver transplant, the 17-year-old was told she’d die.

In June, she got her high school diploma in her hospital room and nine days later, she got a liver and her life back.

Doctors say she’ll make a full recovery. Now Izzy is just trying to make sure she stays healthy using groundbreaking technology from Children’s Medical Center.

“We started this new program called Remote Patient Monitoring. It’s the first of its kind in the United States,” explained Dr. Dev Desai, Director of Pediatric Transplantation.

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  1. It’s amazing… the kind of visible and immediate impact technology can have on people’s lives. News like this really makes all of our effort and sleepless nights worth it. THIS is the mission.

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