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Changing Lives Around the Globe

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Changing Lives Around the Globe

A team of urologists from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and two other hospitals is making its eighth annual trip to India to provide life-changing urology surgery to dozens of children and training Indian surgeons in advanced techniques and care.

Nurses Meeting Community Needs

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Nurses Meeting Community Needs

Every year, 10 nurses from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are selected to participate in the Community Nursing Advocacy Fellowship, an innovative program that encourages nurses to develop projects to help healthy kids stay that way and benefits the overall community.

Ask Dr. Bell: Studies Say …

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Ask Dr. Bell

Louis Bell, MD, shares information to keep parents up-to-date with the most important new research finding. Learn best practices for children and sugar-sweetened beverages, TV time, booster seats, sleep machines and vaccines.

Multidimensional Medicine

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Multidimensional Medicine

With the help of a 3-D printer, experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia are taking cardiac care into the next dimension.

An Inspiration to All

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An Inspiration to Us All

Caitlin Chasar is achieving her dreams with fierce determination and the help of the Spina Bifida Program at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Found in Translation

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Found in Translation

Interpreters speaking 75 languages are used more than 6,000 times every month across the 50-plus locations of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the CHOP Care Network.  

Amazing Grace

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Amazing Grace

The new Friedreich’s Ataxia Center of Excellence gives hope and education to Grace Haupt and patients just like her.

Basic Training

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Under an innovative new program, CHOP clinicians are training medical personnel abroad in essential lifesaving skills to help them recognize and treat young children.


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