What's Happening @ Boston Children's

gastro problems treated in utero
Stem cells from the amniotic fluid, multiplied and reinfused into the womb, could treat gastroschisis and other birth defects through natural healing.
carson for president
Carson was diagnosed at age 6 with a rare form of Crohn's disease. Learn how he uses his medical experience to exercise his political voice.
Mom of four Nicole fought to get the best care for her son, which first meant getting the right diagnoses of a laryngeal cleft and hypogammaglobulinemia.
grand rounds

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rare disease genetic results
Families of children with rare and undiagnosed disease are desperate for answers. But how do they actually feel once they get genetic results?
born premature now thriving
Noah Hamm has escaped death more times than his mother Danielle can count. And he’s only 3.
bullying prevention
If your child is being bullied, the Boston Children's bullying prevention program, BACPAC, will listen and offer personalized tools and strategies.
minimally invasive pediatric heart surgery
A host of pediatric heart problems — septal defects, tetralogy of fallot, aortic valve defects, vascular rings, PDA — can now be fixed via small incisions. These minimally invasive techniques make surgery and recovery shorter and less painful for patients of all ages.

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Levy Lab

Volunteer for a Research Study

Violet's journey - Part one: The journey begins

Cardiac Caregiver Wayne Tworetzky MD

Boston Marathon and Boston Children's Hospital: A shared history at the finish line

Reducing leg spasticity with selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR)

Interactive Media Wall | Boston Children's Hospital

Pediatric emergency care in your community

Overcoming an ACL injury - Olympic bound slopestyle skier Julia Marino

Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery

Doctor Profile: Ellen Geminiani - Sports Medicine Division

Will's Story - Intestinal malrotation and volvulus

One family takes on Moyamoya disease with twin surgeries

Pediatric Medical Innovation - Boston Children's Hospital

Taylor's battle with a brain tumor | Boston Children's Hospital

Kyah's Ventricular Assist Device (VAD)

The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”
- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO

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