Michael Fisher, Cincinnati Children’s president and CEO, and Tom Cody, chairman of the board of trustees, share their thoughts on some of the major developments around the medical center in 2013.
Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s are creating computer software designed to help clinicians predict patients’ risk of committing suicide.
The Warrior Run benefits Cincinnati Children’s Surviving the Teens program − a suicide prevention program.
Most cases of osteomyelitis respond to routine treatment. Some don’t. Research at Cincinnati Children’s explains why some children develop a massive, life-threatening infection.
In Hamilton County, 9.2 of every 1,000 babies die before their first birthday, an infant mortality rate 50 percent higher than the national average. Cincinnati Children’s and partners are determined to change the outcome.
Neonatologist Andrew South is using the world’s first infant-sized MRI in the NICU at Cincinnati Children's to study necrotizing enterocolitis.
The Health Network by Cincinnati Children’s has been created to improve the health of children in our region who are insured through Medicaid.
The specialized Liver Tumor Program at Cincinnati Children's offers hope to children with hepatoblastoma, a rare cancer that strikes young children. When she was 3, Eleanor was diagnosed with a cancerous liver tumor.
Tennis for Charity has donated more than $7 million to the cancer program at Cincinnati Children’s.