Children’s National Health System Researchers Receive Grants to Develop High-Tech Diagnostic Aids
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Children’s National Health System Researchers Receive Grants to Develop High-Tech Diagnostic Aids

According to a press release from the Children's National Health System (a children's hospital in Washington, D.C.), two scientists from the Institution have been selected to receive federal funding grants…

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Drive For a Child Raises funds for Texas Children’s and Craniosynostosis
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Drive For a Child Raises funds for Texas Children’s and Craniosynostosis

Energy industry leaders such as Love’s and Trillium recently held a fundraiser in Houston, Texas. The funding supported Texas Children’s, the local branch of Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. One unique…

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This New Device Would Help Kids’ Lives After Craniofacial Surgery
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This New Device Would Help Kids’ Lives After Craniofacial Surgery

Ostiio, a new Philadelphia-based medical device company, has made it its mission to improve the quality of life for children that suffer from complications of craniofacial defects (in the middle of…

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This Dad Got a Tattoo to Match His Son’s Craniosynostosis Scar
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This Dad Got a Tattoo to Match His Son’s Craniosynostosis Scar

Parents will do anything for their children, especially Jeremy Cortner, father of son, Casey. According to Journel Sentinel Casey was diagnosed with craniosynostosis at birth, which is a rare condition…

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