New building will house Cure Factory that translates lab discoveries into treatments, allowing Seattle Children’s to reach...
Williams assumes role after serving as chief operating officer at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health...
Pilot program addresses community need with increased access to behavioral health providers for underserved and economically...
Study results show pediatric patients with active Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis can reach remission with diet...
Doctors have long observed that cleft lip and palate are linked to poor dental health, and new research points to abnormal...
The multidisciplinary clinic is one of only five in the nation to provide gender care to children and young adults up to age...
Subcranial rotation distraction is enabling children like Hannah Schow to breathe without a tracheostomy for the first...
Six of Seattle Children’s specialty programs ranked in the top 10, nine programs ranked in the top 20
Phase 1 findings show 39 out of 42 patients achieved complete remission; Phase 2 of the trial to launch this month
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Seattle Children’s is launching BrainChild with the goal of finding better treatments, or even cures, for children with...
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New cancer immunotherapies could revolutionize how we treat the disease, but for many children, those treatments are far out...
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Cleft lip and palate are some of the most common birth defects globally,
affecting 1 in 800 children. A team of Australian...