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Children's Hospital (Phoenix)

Phoenix Children's Hospital opens the Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine to develop targeted drug therapies for children with cancer and other diseases. The institute's goal is to use molecular medicine to develop individualized drugs for young patients based on their genetic makeup. The team at the institute will focus on pediatric cancers first, and later expand to other pediatric diseases. (photo via

Children's Hospital Colorado

Specialty pediatric center at Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Neb.

Welcome to Blue Ridge Pediatrics! Our board certified pediatrician, Dr. Carey Molin Gully, M.D., and board certified pediatric nurse practitioners provide professional, personalized care for newborns, children and adolescents. Blue Ridge Pediatrics is conveniently located off Hwy 123 in Seneca, SC and 3 miles from Clemson. At Blue Ridge Pediatrics, your child will receive unrivaled pediatric medical care. Our caring and dedicated staff offer same day appointments for sick children. We...

Check out how Phoenix Children's Hospital uses Pinterest boards to draw attention to wishlist items needed for medical outreach.

Phoenix Children's Hospital

Phoenix Children's Hospital has provided hope, healing and the best healthcare for children and families since 1983. Today, Phoenix Children's is the third largest children's hospital in the country and provides pediatric specialty and sub-specialty inpatient, outpatient, trauma, emergency and urgent care to children and families in Arizona and throughout the Southwest.

Dr. Ben Carson's eye-hand coordination and three-dimensional reasoning skills made him a gifted surgeon. After medical school he became a neurosurgery resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Starting off as an adult neurosurgeon Carson became more interested in pediatrics. Since then he has been the head of the pediatric neurosurgeon department. Read his book "Gifted Hands".

Epidermolysis Bullosa, EB, is a devastating disease that affects 1 in 50,000 live births. The babies and children afflicted spend their lives suffering and fighting to survive. The slightest amount of friction, even the softest of touches can cause severe and excruciatingly painful blisters. There is no cure. Many of these children do not make it to their first birthday and if they do survive, there days are spent bandaged from head to toe, full of constant pain and suffering the many complic...

Cincinnati Children's - Shane is a rockstar! Not only does this child have EB, he also has a Cochlear Implant for hearing loss....