Kids at Seattle Children’s benefit from art therapy that compliments traditional medicine. It provides a creative outlet for kids to express themselves, process emotions and reconnect to the playfulness of childhood. Read the full story
Our work to cure cancer using reprogrammed T cells transitioned from treating mice to helping people in 2013. Read the full story
We've added smart radiation to the arsenal of tools that fight this deadly childhood cancer. Read the full story
Right before his 22nd birthday, Chris Rumble tested positive for leukemia. Watch the music video he made on Seattle Children's Hospital's Hematology-Oncology floor featuring patients, families and nurses dancing and singing to Kelly Clarkson's hit song "Stronger."
Dr. Colleen Delaney's pioneering approach to accelerating white blood cell recovery moves to Phase II trials.
Dr. Lauri Burroughs is developing promising new treatments for patients with nonmalignant bone marrow failure and immune deficiency disorders.
The Children's Story Project features stories written by patients and families about how Seattle Children's has impacted their lives. Find a story Featured: Logan's story
Dr. Margarett Shnorhavorian talks about preserving fertility and quality of lifefor cancer patients. Read the full story
Dr. Irwin Bernstein's research provided the basis for a number of important clinical breakthroughs that are improving treatment options and outcomes throughout the world. Read the full story
Groundbreaking research and a comprehensive model of care enables Seattle Children's to improve outcomes for children with brain tumors. Read the full story
Drs. Chappie Conrad and Douglas Hawkins talk about sarcomas on an hour-long radio program called Patient Power with Andrew Schorr. Listen to the segment
Kirsten talks about what it's like to work at Seattle Children's and what's special about the Cancer and Blood Disorders team. Read the full story
Higher cure rates and fewer long-term effects from treatment are just two of the benefits teenagers and young adults up to age 21 receive when their cancer is treated at pediatric medical centers. Read the full story
During the last 25 years, the team at Odessa Brown Children's Clinic has worked to develop stronger partnerships with community providers and to improve access to care that addresses the special needs of children with sickle cell disease. Read the full story
Clinical research, key partnerships and the desire to spare children's limbs are the driving forces behind Seattle Children's successful work to improve treatment options - and survival rates - for children with bone tumors. Read the full story
Watch this six-minute video about Sam, a 3 year old, whose limb turned out to have a bone tumor called high-risk neuroblastoma.
Funding for nanotechnology research focuses on pediatric brain cancer. Read the full story
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