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Thanks to You, We Did It Again!  

No. 1 for pediatric cancer care.Cincinnati Children’s is rated best in the nation for pediatric cancer care and is among the top three pediatric medical centers overall, according to U.S. News & World Report. Nationally ranked for all pediatric subspecialties, we are the only hospital in Ohio, Kentucky or Indiana named to the Honor Roll.
> View a full list of our rankings.

Expansion Builds Research 

An expansion of our Liberty Campus will include a new proton therapy and research center for cancer treatment. Proton therapy is an innovative form of radiation treatment for pediatric cancers, which significantly reduces the risks for long-term complications. The center will help advance discovery and improve outcomes for children with cancer in our region and beyond. Construction is slated to begin before the end of this year.

For the Children cover.Hometown Champs Take National Stage 

Brother and sister duo Zion and Zhania Coleman – the first patients with sickle cell disease to receive heart transplants at Cincinnati Children’s – represent the state of Ohio as Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champions. They will connect with other pediatric patients from across the country, while advocating for better resources for children’s hospitals, during trips to Orlando and Washington, D.C. 

> See For the Children article.


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