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Published on Sep 13, 2019 in Press Releases
Dr. Jonathan Spergel and patient speak with CBS News about this breakthrough treatment.
Published on Sep 5, 2019 in Press Releases
CHOP recently received a generous gift from Mark and Jill Fishman that will help transform the Center for Lymphatic Imaging and Interventions and the Center for Families.
Altering Nerve Signals May Lead to Future Treatments in Children with a Severe Developmental Disorder
Published on Aug 9, 2019 in Press Releases
In finding cellular origins of a severe childhood disorder causing seizures, intellectual disability and autistic-like symptoms, new research suggests potential therapies.
Published on Aug 5, 2019 in Press Releases
Researchers from CHOP report on the use of ultrasound-guided placement of intravenous (IV) lines in children with presumed difficult access, which had higher success rates on first attempt.
Published on Jul 31, 2019 in Press Releases
Families from across the globe gather for a symposium about CHOPS syndrome — a rare genetic condition identified in 2015 by researchers at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Published on Jul 30, 2019 in Press Releases
Heralding a major safety advancement, new screening technique captures full spectrum of effects on cells from gene-editing with adeno-associated viral (AAV) vectors.
Doug Wallace Honored with 2019 Charles L. Hoppel Prize for Outstanding Contributions in Mitochondrial Research
Published on Jun 19, 2019 in Press Releases
The international prize is given each year to a scientist who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in research in the broad field of mitochondrial biology.
Published on Jun 18, 2019 in Press Releases
Specialized driving instructors stress life skill development, parent-supervised practice, and individualized training to enhance learning and independence.
Published on Jun 13, 2019 in Press Releases
The longest-running study of type 2 diabetes in young people presents important findings.
Published on May 22, 2019 in Press Releases
A new study finds a skin patch may be useful in treating children with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) triggered by milk.