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Three studies from Cincinnati Children's report progress in preventing sudden death from restrictive cardiomyopathy, extending life for Duchenne muscular dystrophy and preventing kidney injury after heart surgery. Read More >>
Damage to brain functions not permanent, but effects last longer than expected.Read More »
Study finds link between biliary atresia and the Th2 immune system.Read More »
Boosting expression of certain developmental genes may improve embryo transfer success rates.Read More »
Two projects led by Cincinnati Children's are improving asthma care through better use of electronic medical data.Read More »
From developmental biology to molecular immunology, our scientists are studying the sources of childhood disease.Read More »
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