Research study of T cell immunotherapy continues to show highly promising results in children with leukemia.December 9, 2013
CHOP will work with Osage University Partners, a fund that invests in companies spun off from academic centers. The goal is to move CHOP research to the marketplace.
High blood pressure disproportionately affects African Americans. A CHOP expert co-led a large study of blood pressure genes in people of African ancestry.September 12, 2013
“Vaccines on the Go: What You Should Know” now available for download.September 10, 2013
At the Sea Garden September workday, volunteers from inside and outside of the Hospital community helped make the transition from summer to fall plants!September 9, 2013
60 Minutes Australia features CHOP’s Dr. Grupp discussing T cell therapy, how it helped Emily, and its held promise for Austin.
This September, join the Cancer Center at CHOP and make a difference for kids with cancer by raising awareness and funds for childhood cancer research.September 3, 2013
CHOP clinicians find innovative options to ensure patient-and family-centered careAugust 27, 2013
In animal studies, CHOP researchers advance new approach to anti-tumor immunotherapy.August 18, 2013
Patients, families and staff came out to the Sea Garden at Children's Seashore House for the 2nd Annual Tomato Harvest to collect bushels of ripe vegetables from the garden's seasonal planters, make crafts with Child Life staff and sample the winning recipe from the recipe contest!August 15, 2013
A CHOP neonatologist is the senior author of a paper reporting that current non-invasive therapies are less effective than expected in reducing severe lung injury in very premature infants.August 15, 2013
CHOP's Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. N. Scott Adzick received the John Scott Award, one of America’s oldest and most prestigious science awards.November 21, 2013
Alison Magee was treated at CHOP’s Pediatric Thyroid Center after doctors discovered she had thyroid cancer.November 13, 2013
FOX 29 features a segment about a little boy named Matias who was diagnosed wtih hyperinsulinism in Ecuador. His family started a campaign to raise money to make the trip to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for treatment.November 3, 2013
Thousands of people gathered to join the 40th and final Thanksgiving in the Country historic house tour to raise money for the Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Program at CHOP.October 31, 2013
Dr. David Pollack, a CHOP Care Network pediatrician, gives parents tips on distinguishing a cold from a more serious virus or the flu.October 30, 2013