Neuroscience researchers at Seattle Children’s made an unusual discovery in 2016: an uncharted area of the brain necessary to breathing.
We helped show that two stem cell transplants, plus immunotherapy, significantly increased survival for children with high-risk neuroblastoma.
A surgical paradigm shift makes it possible for kids with severely restricted airways to breathe on their own.
Seattle Children’s geneticists are playing a key role in characterizing the devastating damage to newborns caused by congenital Zika syndrome.
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