Every day, we learn about the exciting new ways our investigators and staff at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia modernize medicine and revolutionize healthcare for children. This week, we're thrilled to report on a handful of new headlines about those breakthroughs, including a data-driven collaboration led by CHOP that aims to uncover the ties between cancer and birth defects through cloud-sharing
Making medical decisions can be overwhelming when families must figure out the "best choices" for their child who may have special healthcare needs or developmental disabilities. Some families may rely on their clinicians to make these important decisions for them, in a paternalistic "father knows best" way.
This week we're all about getting smart in our highlights of research news from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Getting smart in the approach to tackling childhood cancer means identifying strategies that will make a decade's progress in half the time - which is exactly the focus of the national Cancer Moonshot.
An exciting new study of autism examined whether microscopic, abnormal folds in the tissue of the placenta - could serve as a predictor of autism in children.
Tara Wenger, MD, PhD, a Pediatric Genetics fellow in the Center for Autism Research, was recently featured in a number of articles about an exciting new study of autism. The study examined whether trophoblast