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Honoring Sister Alice Strogen

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It is with great sadness CHOP announces the passing of Sister Alice Strogen. She was an incredible source of strength, hope and kindness to countless people over the years.

NBC 10 Features CFDT Patient

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Immediately after she was born, baby Emily underwent lifesaving surgery for a prenatally diagnosed tumor. About a month later, she got to go home. NBC 10 recounts her story.

CHOP N/IICU Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia established the nation’s first surgical ICU for newborns and infants in 1962. Today, the hospital celebrates 50 years of caring for critically ill infants in the Harriet and Ronald Lassin Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Unit.

Portraits Help Children See Themselves Differently

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The Face-to-Face Portrait Project is a one-of-a-kind partnership between The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and artists from Studio Incamminati. The goal is to help boost the self-esteem of children with facial differences.

CHOP Surgeons Separate Conjoined Twins

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Surgeons at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia successfully separated eight-month-old conjoined twins Allison June and Amelia Lee Tucker, who were joined at the lower chest and abdomen.

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