When Miles was a baby, doctors at Lurie Children’s told his parents that their son would need a kidney and liver transplant to treat a rare condition known as primary hyperoxaluria type 1. After many months of dialysis, Miles received a liver transplant. A year later, a lucky call for help on social media resulted in a kidney donation from one of Ryan’s high school classmates. “At the time, Ryan was going through stage 4 cancer treatment,” Ashley said. “Lurie Children’s meant my husband got to see his child get his transplants before he passed. That was a huge gift.” Today, Miles is a happy, resilient, brave seven-year-old who continues to thrive.