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2017 Academic Annual Report
Aiming for a Cure With Immunotherapy
About the therapy Full 2017 report
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Our Goal: Lifelong Remission
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Mental Health Warning Signs
Mental Health Warning Signs
One in 10 kids will have a mental health problem that needs treatment. Learn the signs.
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One of the Nation's Best
Ranked for the 25th consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report.
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    It Starts With Yes

    Learn how your yes provides hope, care and cure to help every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible.

  • We Support Your Whole Family

    We Support Your Whole Family

    Learn how we work with you and your child to create a treatment plan to meet your needs.

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    Public Notice

    Seattle Children’s is re-applying for Magnet® recognition for excellence in nursing care. Your feedback is welcome.

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Safety and Wellness

Videos

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    Learn the three easy steps to check for proper fit of you and your child’s bike helmet. For more information, go to s.coop/helmets. Music: “Hopeful Breakthrough” by Scott... cont.

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Articles

    • Firearms in the Home

      One out of every three homes with children in the U.S. has a firearm. Many of these guns are kept unlocked or loaded. Children and teens are at the greatest risk of... cont.

    • Helping Kids Make Healthy Choices

      One of our jobs as parents and caregivers is to help kids make healthy choices so that they stay well now and grow into healthy adults. The best way to do this is to teach by... cont.

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Locations

If your child’s illness or injury is life-threatening, call 911.

Should your child see a doctor?

Find out by selecting your child’s symptom or health condition in the list below: