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Seattle Children’s is in the vanguard of using mechanical circulatory support to give kids and teens with advanced heart failure the best quality of life.
Seattle Children’s work to cure cancer using reprogrammed T cells transitioned from treating mice to helping people in 2013.
Seattle Children's Craniofacial Center is the first to offer children with Apert syndrome a revolutionary procedure to normalize their facial proportions.
Seattle Children’s researchers are using fecal transplant to find cures for inflammatory bowel disease in children.
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