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Pinpointing highest-risk populations for respiratory disease suggests that targeted interventions in small areas could have significant impact.
Researchers hunt down “good” cholesterol to help fight cardiovascular disease.
Campus will serve patients and families north of the city in Butler and Warren counties.
Study follows 2012 breakthrough in LRBA deficiency research when the genetic mutations underlying this disorder were discovered.
Patient returns to school with even limbs and restored confidence thanks to the orthopedic specialists at Cincinnati Children’s.
According to study, teen births have declined by 57 percent over the last 30 years.
Six-state network forms to improve care for children who grow up with sickle cell disease.
Web-based tool helps researchers access and visualize complex single-cell transcriptomic data.
Centers will develop new therapeutics and establish best practices for the care of patients with food allergies.
View online presentation for an update on the collaborative effort to reduce infant deaths in Hamilton County.
View online presentation to learn how systems biology and big data can improve understanding and treatment of disease.
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