Christopher and Camden's Story | Pediatric Bladder Exstrophy

From birth through adolescence and into adulthood, the pediatric urology team at Johns Hopkins provide exceptional care for patients with bladder exstrophy. With his surgery in April 2023 at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Camden Mills became the 1,500th patient treated for bladder exstrophy by the pediatric urology team at Johns Hopkins since it started tracking patients in 1975. Christopher Burnis, a former patient of the bladder exstrophy team, reflects on his journey and shares his experience healing at Johns Hopkins.

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