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View news clips below featuring the research, staff and advancements at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s John G. Rangos Sr. Research Center.
Newsmaker: Dr. David Hackam
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (12/19/2011)
Artificial intestines near reality
Discovery News (12/16/2011)
Husband & Wife Doctor Team Researching Care To Help Cure Diseases
KDKA-TV "Pittsburgh Today Live" (12/14/2011)
Research funded here for artificial intestine
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (11/29/2011)
Pediatric Imaging — Distraction Techniques Improve Patient Care
Radiology Today (11/23/2011)
Newsmaker: Dr. Jon F. Watchko
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (11/22/2011)
Newsmaker: Kanwal 'Ken' Nischal
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (11/14/2011)
Broader ADHD guidelines recommended for kids
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (10/16/2011)
Newsmaker: Dr. Jennifer Elster
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (10/11/2011)
Children's Hospital awarded two cancer-fighting $100,000 grants
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (9/22/2011)
Children's Hospital's rare disorders program only one in U.S.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (9/13/2011)
Newsmaker: Dr. Maria Escolar
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (9/12/2011)
Children's to begin rare disease study
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (9/7/2011)
Newsmaker: Toni Darville
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (8/7/2011)
Sun exposure in babies could mean cancer later
Gluten not linked to babies' risk of diabetes: study
Study: Teens see drinking alcohol as normal for their age (with video link)
Magee-Womens procedure aims to save cancer patients' fertility
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (03/09/2011)
Parent stress linked to child asthma
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (02/14/11)
Hoarseness rare in kids with cleft palate
Scientists sequence guy microbes of premature infants
Antibiotics defeat ear infections in little kids, studies find (with audio link)
Antibiotics speed healing of childhood ear infections, researchers report
Bloomberg News (01/13/11)
Early antibiotics help ear infections in young children
Antibiotics can ease kids' ear infections, studies show
U.S. News & World Report (HealthDay) (01/13/11)
Antibiotics help ear infections in youngest children, studies show
LA Times (01/13/11)
Studies support antibiotics from the start for otitis media
MedPage Today (01/13/11)
Antibiotics best for treating ear infections
CTV (Canadian TV) (01/13/11)
Antibiotics best for battling ear infections, Pitt study says
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (01/13/11)
Antibiotics ease ear infection symptoms in infants and toddlers
WDUQ radio (01/13/11)
Now hear this: Children's Hospital and Pitt get $8.2 million for quicker ear infection fix
Pop City (01/12/11)
New tonsillectomy guidelines call for fewer surgeries
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (01/06/11)
Children's Hospital's main campus is located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Our main hospital address is:
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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