The oncology team at CHOC is overcoming common challenges — and delivering survival outcomes better than the national average.
CHOC studies child maltreatment during COVID-19, adopts new tools to better recognize signs of abuse
With COVID-19 restrictions, a critical question has emerged: Are children suffering more physical and emotional maltreatment at home?
Dr. Suresh Magge, medical director of neurosurgery at CHOC, discusses four surgeries he is excited about as a pediatric neurosurgeon.
At CHOC, collaborative research, experimental treatment protocols & surgical advancements are setting the stage to change sarcoma treatment.
Research Shows Endoscopic Strip Craniectomy is Strong Alternative to Open Approaches for Craniosynostosis
Minimally invasive endoscopic strip craniectomy offers a strong alternative for infants with craniosynostosis, according to research.
The doctors believe the study could shed light on such critical issues as the role that kids play in the spread of SARS-CoV-2.