PBS Wins Emmy for Documentary Featuring Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment

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Twice Born wins and Emmy On Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the 37th Annual News and Documentary Emmy® Awards, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded PBS with an Outstanding Science and Technology Programming Emmy for "TWICE BORN: Stories from the Special Delivery Unit," which featured members of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment as they cared for patient families facing daunting challenges to the health of their unborn babies. (Scroll down to see how two of the featured patients are doing today!)

The three-part documentary series originally aired in the Spring of 2015, and currently all three full episodes are available on Amazon.

The patients featured in this documentary are just a few examples of the many courageous families cared for by teams across the institution. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is privileged to witness and participate in their breakthroughs of all sizes.

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