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The Cure Starts Now donated $2.7 million to Cincinnati Children’s to create an international consortium that will collaborate on clinical trials of promising medications for children with high-risk brain tumors. The check was presented by Brooke Desserich who along with her › Continue Reading

Tanya Kennedy Gill’s only son, Christian, lost his battle with cancer in September of 2014. Recently, someone robbed Christian’s grave of its decorations. Tanya shared her story with the media and as result donations came in from across the Tri-State. › Continue Reading

The spirit of a Greater Cincinnati boy who fought a rare kind of cancer lives on as doctors have more money to help find a cure. Kyler Strong lost his battle to cancer in April. On Dec. 6, the Kyler › Continue Reading

Four-year-old cancer patient Ella Phillips-Shimovetz received the royal treatment on her last day of proton therapy treatment at the Cincinnati Children’s/UC Health Proton Therapy Center. Her family surprised her with a horse-drawn carriage ride. Click on Channels 5, 9, 12 › Continue Reading

Sophia Kappen is a patient at Cincinnati Children’s battling an aggressive form of leukemia. Family and friends in her Florence, Kentucky, neighborhood are showing their support by decorating mailboxes with hundreds of orange and purple ribbons. Sophia’s mom is hoping › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and UC Health celebrated the grand opening of the new Proton Therapy Center. Located at Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus, the facility is one of the most advanced proton research and cancer treatment centers in the › Continue Reading

About 100 doctors and scientists from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the University of Cincinnati, and UC Health recently gathered for a high-level strategy session that’s part of a concerted effort to obtain designation as a national cancer research center. › Continue Reading

Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s reported in the journal Cancer Cell an experimental therapy that stops deadly, treatment-resistant brain cancers called glioblastomas. Testing the multi-step treatment in laboratory mouse models and human cancer cells, scientists found a way to use a › Continue Reading

A 10-year-old boy with the same aggressive brain cancer as Lauren Hill is getting messages and prayers from all over the world. Kyler Bradley was admitted to Cincinnati Children’s, to receive treatment for DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). Local 12’s › Continue Reading

Changes are being made every day to accommodate the growing needs of patients and families within the medical center. One of those changes that we are excited to announce is the expansion of Cincinnati Children’s – Liberty Campus. On August › Continue Reading