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April 08, 2013
Source - Puget Sound Business Journal
Seattle Children’s Research Institute won a four-year, $1.9 million grant to team up with other researchers around North America working on using genes and the human immune system to understand and treat childhood cancers. Dr. Michael Jensen, director of the Ben Towne Center, is quoted in this article.
Parental decisions are the bedrock of childhood vaccination rates. While most parents turn to their pediatricians for help ... cont.
Dr. Tim Rose, co-director of Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Center for Global Infectious Disease Research, has ... cont.
Although many advances have been made in temporary heart pumps for adults, the same has not been true for children. But, that’s ... cont.
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