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Researchers Combine Therapies to Find a Better Way to Treat Brain Injury in Infants

Posted on: July 31, 2014

Complications that can arise around the time of birth may reduce oxygen and blood flow to a baby’s brain, causing hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), a leading cause of death or neurological impairment among infants. In the past eight years, cooling therapy (hypothermia) has become the standard form of care for HIE, as it’s been found to […]

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New Study Helps Scientists Better Understand Why HIV Causes Life-long Infection

07.15.2014

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Seattle Children’s Research Institute Appoints Chief Research Information Officer

07.10.2014

Newposition will oversee new and existing research information technology applications

New Research Uncovers Genetic Identifier, Common Physical Traits for Autism; May Allow Clinicians to Determine Risk for Babies Still In Utero

07.03.2014

First connection between a genetic event, physical features and autism

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