Preserving Hope for Young Cancer Patients to Have Families in the Future
A new study led by Dr. Margarett Shnorhavorian found a need for increased awareness of fertility preservation for young cancer patients.
Promising Research Trials Find New Combination of Drugs Treat Underlying Cause of Most Common Form of Cystic Fibrosis
A new combination of medications can successfully treat the underlying cause of the most common form of cystic fibrosis.
Could Our Research Help Find a Cure for Hepatitis C in as Little as Five Years?
Dr. Karen Murray talks about research underway at focused on the genetic and infectious causes of life-threatening pediatric liver disease.
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Bringing Balance to the Face
Dr. Richard Hopper and his colleagues in the Craniofacial Center are the first to offer children with Apert syndrome a revolutionary procedure to normalize their facial proportions.
New Approach to Curing Crohn's
Seattle Children's researchers are using fecal transplant to find cures for inflammatory bowel disease in children.
New Hope for Neuroblastoma
We've added smart radiation to our arsenal of tools to fight a deadly childhood cancer.
Identifying Best Practices for CFM
Dr. Carrie Heike continues her quest to provide better guidance to familes by identifying better treatments for craniofacial microsomia.
Why Pain Meds Make Some Kids Sick
A genetic variation in a regulatory protein may predispose children to side effects from opioids - a finding that may change how pain meds are prescribed.