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Life-Threatening Hernia Doesn’t Stop Baby Nolan; Trains for Diaper Dash at Disneyland

Posted on: September 30, 2014

Shortly after Julie Wyatt delivered baby Nolan Wyatt on December 15, 2013 in Olympia, she received some startling news. Nolan was diagnosed with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) – a hole in his diaphragm – a potentially life-threatening condition. It was something they didn’t see coming. Typically, CDH can be diagnosed before birth using an […]

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Seattle Children’s Research Institute Awarded $1.6 Million to Lead National Study on Heart Defects

09.23.2014

Newdrug intervention could improve outcomes for infants with congenital conditions

Enterovirus D-68 Confirmed in Two Patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital

09.19.2014

Results negative for three other children tested; parents strongly encouraged to take precautions, seek medical attention for ... cont.

No Confirmed Cases of Enterovirus D68 at Seattle Children’s Hospital; Awaiting Further Test Results From CDC

09.11.2014

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