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Study Finds New Genes that Cause Baraitser-Winter Syndrome, a Brain Malformation

02.27.2012

Research reveals new clues about cell function
Researchers Find Genetic Variation Associated with Type 1 Diabetes

02.21.2012

Findings could lead to more efficient treatment, earlier detection of diabetes
New Recommendations Aim to Improve Screenings for Sudden Cardiac Death in Student Athletes

02.12.2012

Researchers from Seattle Children’s & UW find few doctors follow American Heart Association guidelines
Seattle Children’s Research Institute Hosts “Eighth Annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference” on July 27 and 28

02.06.2012

Healthcare leaders to address ethical complexities of balancing personal values with professional responsibilities in... cont.

$5 Million to Seattle Children’s Research Institute Accelerates Local Efforts to Cure Childhood Cancer

01.23.2012

Children’s honors Ben Towne Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation’s gift by renaming cancer research center: Ben Towne... cont.

New Video Series from the Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program Shows How Teens and Young Adults Talk About Cancer

01.19.2012

The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital has released a new video series on... cont.

Seattle Children’s Opens Urgent Care Clinic in Mill Creek for Children, Teens and Young Adults

01.17.2012

Hospital’s Third Urgent Care Clinic Joins Sites in Seattle and Bellevue
Powerpuff Girls vs. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Media Impact on Early Childhood Development

01.12.2012

Special post by cont.

Statement on Pat Hagan’s Departure: From Thomas Hansen, MD, CEO at Seattle Children’s

01.12.2012

Statement on Pat Hagan’s Departure
Study Uncovers Clues to What Makes Anesthetics Work

12.20.2011

Researchers say discovery may reveal new uses of existing medications to reverse anesthesia

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Videos

Miracle Makers 2014 3:07:00Expand
6.6.14

The 30th annual Miracle Makers fundraising special aired on KOMO 4 TV on June 6, 2014. The special takes us on a journey through the hopes, fears, victories and challenges facing patients at Seattle Children's. Cosponsored by Costco Wholesale and KOMO 4. 

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Overcoming the Odds: A KING 5 TV Children's HealthLink Special 0:44:45Expand
12.30.13

In the spirit of the holidays, patients, parents and doctors share inspirational stories of healing and hope. From surviving heart failure and a near-death drowning to battling a flesh-eating disease, witness how the impossible became possible thanks to the care patients received at Seattle Children's Hospital.

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Miracle Season 2013 0:57:06Expand
12.11.13

Miracle Season, hosted by Steve Pool and Molly Shen, aired Dec. 8, 2013, on KOMO 4 TV. The annual holiday special celebrates the remarkable lives of Seattle Children's patients.

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Latest News

Seattle Children’s studying new ways to treat infant brain injuries
8.21.14 — Q13 Fox

A brain injury is serious for anyone, but for infants they can be devastating. Dr. Dennis Mayock of Seattle Children’s, the ... cont.

Training Physicians for Empathy
8.8.14 — HealthLeaders Media

Improving Clinical Management of Stillbirth is an educational session sponsored by the Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity ... cont.

Remembering Daniel and the Legacy He Left Behind
8.5.14 — On the Pulse Blog

In my last post about “The Fault in Our Stars,” I made a comment about how most patients live, if not thrive after their ... cont.