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Explore highlights of the exciting research happening at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation with Research Horizons. Each issue features recent studies published by Cincinnati Children's investigators. By combining cutting-edge research and education with the best in pediatric care, we are striving to improve the lives of children and families everywhere.
In this issue, you will find the following feature stories that highlight some of our many world-class researchers:
With two FDA-approved drugs on the market and several more in the pipeline, expectations of long-term survival run high as an era of personalized medicine begins
Ultrashort echo-time, hyperpolarized gas MRI methods make it safer to assess new treatments
One of the most powerful weapons against cystic fibrosis may be the smartphone
New center will serve as incubator for interventions to improve quality of life for CF patients and their families
Computational modeling could transform planning for upper airway surgery
Aerospace engineers helped develop these 3D models of human airways
Autoimmune response and a brain neurotransmitter might hold crucial clues to solving this disorder
The goal: to reach that day when no child misses school due to an asthma exacerbation
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