FDA Approval Offers Hope For Prevention of Acute Graft-Versus-Host Disease
A new drug, added to standard regimens, will help many more patients with cancer or blood disorders to undergo stem cell transplants.
Boston Children’s, Franciscan Children’s Sign Affiliation Agreement
Under the agreement, the hospitals will combine their collective experience and expertise to create a unique system of pediatric behavioral health and rehabilitative care, research, and teaching
Boston Children's Receives $20m Gift To Advance Treatment Of Pediatric Heart Disease
In recognition of this gift, the hospital has renamed its combined cardiovascular programs the Benderson Family Heart Center at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Boston Children’s, Top Institutions Launch Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance
Six institutions, both private and public, hope to transform global human health through the discovery and translation of the biological principles underlying human performance.
Boston Children's, Cape Cod Hospital Announce Collaboration
The agreement enhances patient access to highly specialized pediatric care for Cape Cod families.
Report: Children With Severe MIS-C Do Better When Treated With Combined IVIG, Steroids Regimen
The study, involving 518 children and adolescents with MIS-C at 58 U.S. hospitals, found that early use of the combined treatment better protected patients’ hearts and reduced their need for subsequent additional treatments.
U.S. News & World Report Again Names Boston Children's Tops in Country
Boston Children’s is the No. 1 U.S. pediatric hospital for the eighth consecutive year, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021-22 Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll.
Motor Neurons Made From Patients’ Cells Reveal Possible Drug Targets For ALS
Researchers at Boston Children's confirmed two known targets and identified an existing class of drugs as potential novel treatments.
Leading Children’s Hospitals Announce Collaborative To Develop New Treatments For Pediatric Diseases
Boston Children’s and hospitals in England, Australia, and Canada will pool their medical and scientific expertise to analyze medical and genomic data to accelerate discovery and therapeutic development.
Study in JAMA Reports Interim Findings From CDC-Funded Overcoming COVID-19 Public Health Surveillance Registry
The research refines the medical understanding of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) and helps distinguish this rare condition from severe, acute COVID-19 in children, with which it shares some features.