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Our compassionate healthcare professionals touch lives around the globe.
Bader Alshammari of Kuwaiti needed help for his daughter and her cousin, but doctors around the world turned them away. Robert E. Wood, MD, a specialist in rare lung disease at Cincinnati Children’s, knew he could help the girls, who have hereditary pulmonary alveolar proteinosis. Dr. Wood has been able to save the girls' lives by washing sediment out of their lungs every few weeks.
Ana Victoria Montano of Mexico could not eat or breathe on her own. Her doctors told her family about Alessandro de Alarcon, MD, of Cincinnati Children’s.
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Mohammad was unable to eat. After failure in many hospitals, his family found Cincinnati Children’s.
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The partnership between Israel and Cincinnati Children’s benefits patients such as Shahar Avneri.
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Beni Blaj, a little boy from Romania, received care here that saved his life.
Alberto Peña, MD, and Marc Levitt, MD, have developed an international Colorectal Center.
Click to watch a video about how Cincinnati Children’s treats kids from around the world.
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