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Bacteria, Genes Affect Crohn’s Severity
Severe cases of Crohn's disease have a specific microbial and genetic signature, according to a study involving 28 medical centers in North America. Read more.
Mobile apps might be the future of medicine, but how can physicians determine which apps are worth recommending to patients?Watch video. Earn CME credit. »
Research led by Cincinnati Children's detects a molecular signal that influences how embryos become implanted in the uterus.Read More »
The steroid fluticasone propionate proves effective for most patients, but not for a specific group. And a new genetic finding may lead to improved treatment.Read more »
Our Comprehensive Neuromuscular Center named one of the best in the US.Read More »
Arnold Strauss, MD, recaps the legacy and mission of Cincinnati Children's as a leader in care, research and education.View Lecture »
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