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Sydney Mancini was born with Turner syndrome, a genetic abnormality that affects growth and can lead to several other health problems for girls. She’s receiving growth hormone therapy and careful monitoring as she heads toward adulthood.
After being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, Chris Shoemaker was so impressed with his care at Cincinnati Children’s that he became a volunteer.
Thousands of children with diabetes and disorders of growth and development turn to the Endocrinology program at Cincinnati Children’s every year for expert diagnosis and treatment. Our program was rated No. 6 in the country in the 2014-15 list of Best Children’s Hospitals published by U.S. News & World Report.
“We have one of the most comprehensive teams in the country for managing these pediatric disorders, and we expect our growth to continue,” says Lawrence Dolan, MD, director of Endocrinology at Cincinnati Children’s. “We also play leading roles in research and education.”
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