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CHOP Delegation Meets With Guangzhou Mayor

The mayor of Guangzhou, China met with a delegation from CHOP headed by CEO Steven M. Altschuler on June 4, 2014.

June 9, 2014
PBJ Reports on CHOP’s International Strategy

The Philadelphia Business Journal reports on The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s strategy for international growth and expansion.

May 30, 2014
Child from Ecuador Treated for Hyperinsulinism at CHOP

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
CHOP Booth at Mexican Independence Day Festival

On Sunday, Sept. 15, CHOP Global Health and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted a CHOP booth at the Mexican Independence Day Festival on Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia.

September 15, 2013
Global Health Conference is Featured GlobalPhilly™ 2013 Advocacy Event

The 6th Annual CHOP Pediatric Global Health Conference is an anchor program of GlobalPhilly 2013. The topic this year is, "Violence Against Children: Global Perspectives on Resilience, Response and Health Outcomes."

August 21, 2013
CHOP Travels to National Congress of Pediatrics in Mexico

Medical experts from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia presented at the 33rd National Congress of Pediatrics of the Asociación Mexicana de Pediatría, held in Mexico City in July 2013.

July 31, 2013
ABC Color Paraguay Features CHOP Hyperinsulinism Expertise

A story published in the e-edition of ABC Color Paraguay features Diva De Leon-Crutchlow, MD, an endocrinologist at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and her hyperinsulinism (HI) expertise.

July 26, 2013
CHOP Global Health Physician Receives Grant for HIV Research

The CIPHER Grant Program awarded more than $1 million to seven early-stage researchers for projects that address priority research gaps in pediatric HIV in resource-limited settings. One of the awards went to Global Health physician Matthew Kelly, MD, MPH.

June 26, 2013
CHOP, Penn HIV Study Finds Better Outcomes for Children

First large-scale study to compare treatments for HIV-infected children finds that the less-used regimen is more effective for children in low-resource settings. The results of the study of more than 800 children are published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

April 30, 2013
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