Project Baby Bear is a pilot project, including CHOC and four other children’s hospitals, to use rWGS to save babies’ lives.
CHOC clinicians recently administered the first ever in-human dosing of gene therapy for Hurler Syndrome, a rare lysosomal storage disease.
A CHOC PICU nurse tells the story of her son, Colten, who received a rare Alström Syndrome diagnosis with the help of specialists at CHOC.
Two CHOC otolaryngologists are championing intracapsular tonsillectomies to reduce bleeding and hospital readmission rates.
Jennifer Hayakawa participated in the “Teamwork makes the dream work” panel at the seventh annual Nursing Innovation Summit on Oct. 23.
Young male patients undergoing treatment for some cancers or blood disorders at CHOC Children’s have another hope for fertility preservation.