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FOX Features Patient of Fetal Surgery to Remove Lung Mass

Elijah Leffingwell made his first trip to CHOP before he was born to undergo fetal surgery at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.

March 3, 2013
Fetal Surgery Experts Review Status of a Medical Frontier

Specialists at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia describe latest advances in fetal diagnosis and treatment.

February 28, 2013
CHERUBS Awards the CFDT a $10,000 Grant for CDH Research

A $10,000 grant from CHERUBS (the Association of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research, Awareness and Support) will support CDH research.

December 30, 2012
ABC World News Tonight Celebrates HLHS Patient’s Milestone

Prenatally diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), Stosh Frydlewicz underwent an in utero procedure at CHOP that saved his life.

December 22, 2012
Good Morning America Introduces Formerly Conjoined Twins

On Dec. 20, 2012, formerly conjoined twins Allison and Amelia Tucker were introduced to the world after being successfully separated at CHOP.

December 21, 2012
Introducing Two Recently Separated Conjoined Twins

Allison June and Amelia Lee Tucker, formerly conjoined twins, were separated at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on Nov. 7, 2012.

December 20, 2012
NBC 10 Features CFDT Patient

Immediately after she was born, baby Emily underwent lifesaving surgery for a prenatally diagnosed tumor. 34 days later, she got to go home.

December 4, 2012
Fetal Center Welcomes Two New Team Members

A maternal-fetal medicine specialist and a general, thoracic and fetal surgeon join the team at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.

October 25, 2012
MMC Repair Story in ObGynNews Features CHOP Fetal Surgeons

The results of the MOMS trial are shaping the future of fetal surgery and prenatal intervention, and CHOP surgeons are leading the way.

October 17, 2012
Positive Coping Skills Help Reduce Stress of CHD Pregnancies

New research examines factors that reduce the stress and depression suffered by expectant mothers carrying babies with a congenital heart defect (CHD).

September 7, 2012

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