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    Improving Life after Cancer

    Hannah and Dr. Nagarajan.

    The Cancer Survivor Center at Cincinnati Children’s provides life-long care for pediatric cancer survivors, like Hannah. Related Article: Improving the Cure

    Learning to Heal

    The College Hill Campus.

    The holistic approach to treating mental illness at Cincinnati Children’s puts College Hill patients on a path to success. Related Article: Complete Mental Healthcare

    Lasting Impact of Education

    Israeli students.

    A new partnership between Cincinnati Children’s and Israel sparks innovation and discovery to improve child health. Related Article: Sharing Knowledge

    Opening Doors

    Project SEARCH.

    Project SEARCH partners with schools and employers to transition students with special needs from high school to meaningful employment.

    Creating Your Legacy

    Emma and Rose.

    The compassion shown by two sisters continues to grow as their gifts help to improve the outcome for sick and injured children at Cincinnati Children’s.

    Ask Karen

    Karen Kratz.

    How can I balance my charitable goals with my family responsibilities?

    Sincerely Yours

    The Mathews family.Join the Mathews family at this year’s Cincinnati Walks for Kids.

    In the News

    • Armstrong’s Legacy Fuels Next Generation of Discovery
    • New Tower to Advance Discovery
    • Thanks to You – We Did It Again!
    • Cincinnati Walks for Kids Set for Oct. 20
    • You’re Invited to Fun Events