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Research on the speed of brain rhythms may improve the prognosis for families struggling with autism.
A simple, affordable, easy-to-maintain ventilator developed at Seattle Children’s could save 500,000 babies each year in the developing world.
Seattle Children’s unique approach brings simulation training where it’s needed – at the clinical worksite.
The quest to improve outcomes and train the next generation of providers drives our nationally ranked division of Nephrology.
The Disorders of Sex Development program offers patients the most innovative treatments and guides families as they face some of the most difficult decisions imaginable.
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