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View news clips below featuring the research, staff and advancements at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC’s John G. Rangos Sr. Research Center.

Overweight teens face possible loss of brain power
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (9/17/2012)

Children’s Hospital researchers study dysfunctions in the tiny tube that causes so many ear problems for children
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (9/3/2012)

Kids Raise Money For Cancer Research Through "Hat" Event
KDKA-TV "Pittsburgh Today Live" (8/10/2012)

6-year-old raises cash in pursuit of 'tummy'
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (7/13/2012)

Boy raises money for short gut syndrome research, treatment
KDKA-TV (7/13/2012)

Austin's Cupcake Fund benefits work to help save children with short gut syndrome
WTAE-TV (7/13/2012)

UPMC Study Explores Ingesting Amniotic Fluid in Premature Mice
Essential Public Radio (6/26/2012)

Austin's Cupcake Fund benefits work to help save children with short gut syndrome
WTAE-TV (6/4/2012)

Butler County boy's cupcake dream motivates doctor
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (5/21/2012)

Black Children Less Likely to Get Pain Meds in ER
ABCNews.com (4/30/2012)

Experimental Vaccine Shrinks Brain Tumor
Pittsburgh Magazine (Top Docs Issue)

Study Suggests Vaccine May Help Kids With Brain Cancer
U.S. News & World Report (Healthday) (4/3/2012)

Should Children With ADHD Get EKGs Before Starting Medication?
KDKA-TV (1/17/2012)

Newsmaker: Dr. Edward Prochownik
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (1/3/2012)

 
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