International campaign aims to improve the health of babies worldwide by educating the public about the important benefits of breastfeeding.
Proceeds support live-saving treatments pioneered at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.
Less than four years after opening the Garbose Family Special Delivery Unit, the world’s first birth facility exclusively for mothers carrying babies with known birth defects, CHOP celebrates 1,000 deliveries.
The first-of-its-kind delivery unit has delivered more than 750 babies diagnosed with birth defects before birth.
More than 300 medical experts from around the world gathered in Philadelphia to discuss the most recent advances in prenatal diagnosis and treatment of birth defects.
Nurses lead patient education program for mothers of newborns.
Over 200 children treated before they were born by CHOP's Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, and their families, gathered to celebrate 15 years of hope.
Performing fetal surgery for spina bifida can improve outcomes for children with this defect, according to research co-led by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Two new physicians, including a maternal-fetal medicine specialist and a general, thoracic and fetal surgeon, join the team at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.
Maternal-fetal care is entering a new era. Highly sophisticated surgical teams now repair spina bifida and other birth defects in the womb, place fetal shunts to treat life-threatening congenital conditions, and perform minimally invasive procedures in the mother’s uterus to treat complications in fetal twins.