Every day in Australia, there is a child being treated for Kawasaki Disease. Although considered a rare disease, Kawasaki Disease is one of the leading causes of acquired heart disease in Australian Children. In the Kawasaki Disease Foundation video, Dr David Burgner and Dr Katherine Chen, KD researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, provide their expertise on Kawasaki Disease including symptoms, treatment, and affects on the coronary arteries and heart. We also hear from KD parents Rebecca, Penny and Isaac. Rebecca’s son Quinn had Kawasaki disease in 2011 and again in 2012, his second case resulting in coronary artery damage which returned to normal ranges over time. Penny and Isaac’s daughter Billie-Grace had Kawasaki Disease in 2014 resulting in acquired heart disease and a heart bypass. Click here to view the KD Foundation information video.