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2012 Academic Annual Report

Best of 2012

  • Identifying Best Practices for CFM

    Dr. Carrie Heike continues her quest to give families better guidance and identify therapies for craniofacial microsomia that work best.

  • New Hope for Neuroblastoma

    Seattle Children’s adds smart radiation to its arsenal of tools to fight a deadly childhood cancer. 

  • Nailing Difficult Diagnoses

    Our Immunology Diagnostic Laboratory develops tests – and makes difficult diagnoses – that help children with immune disorders lead longer, healthier lives.

  • The Gift of a Life Without a Shunt

    Seattle Children’s is among the first to offer a surgical treatment that gives children with hydrocephalus the hope of a life free from the burden of a shunt.