Tag: "Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute"
Four Things To Know About Sickle Cell Disease
Sickle cell disease is the most common genetic blood disorder in the United States. It is also often misunderstood. Learn four things about sickle cell and the people it affects.
Stronger, Wiser, Thicker: Kelly One Year Post-Proton Therapy
One year following a diagnosis of a nongerminomatous germ cell tumor and subsequent proton therapy treatment, Kelly is stronger, wiser, and his hair is thicker.
New Hope For Pediatric Leukemia Patients
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will soon be getting a newly-approved drug that uses the body’s own immune system to fight cancer. Kymriah, also known as CAR T-cell therapy, takes
Cancer survivor supported by UC football team
A brief summary and media link to a story about a brain cancer survivor supported by the UC Football team.
Boy fighting cancer asks for 10,000 prayers
A brief summary and link to media story about a boy with cancer asking for prayers from the community.
Preserving the Fertility of Young Chemo Patients
A brief summary of and link to a story on WVXU.com about preserving the fertility of young chemotherapy patients at Cincinnati Children's.
Cincinnati Walks for Kids Impact Facts: Your Support Makes a Difference
Cincinnati Walks for Kids allows community members be part of the hospital and give back to areas of the medical center that they are most passionate about.
Devon Still, Carlos Dunlap cheer childhood cancer patients, families at Children’s Hospital
A brief summary of and link to a story on WCPO.com about Bengals players Devon Still and Carlos Dunlap's visit to Cincinnati Children's.
Leukemia patient sworn in as honorary deputy
Troopers with Indiana State Police and deputies with the Huntington County Sheriff’s Department made the three hour trek to visit the Ronald McDonald House to see 10 year-old Cincinnati Children’s
Cincinnati Children’s No. 3 in 2015-2016 Rankings
U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Children’s Hospitals rankings were released today for 2015-2016, and Cincinnati Children’s has been named the No. 3 children’s hospital in the country
Recent Pediatric Cancer Stories Bring Attention to Cincinnati Children’s
Lauren Hill’s and Leah Still’s recent battles with pediatric cancer and their successful fundraising campaigns for cancer research at Cincinnati Children’s have drawn attention to the hospital’s pediatric cancer programs.
Fewer False Cardiac Alarms Mean Faster Care for Serious Alarms
Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s determined how to reduce false alarms on patients’ heart monitors by nearly 80 percent, which could help save lives. “With fewer false alarms, the staff can
Still Jersey Sales to Help Cancer Research at Cincinnati Children’s
Sales of Devon Still’s Cincinnati Bengals jersey have raised more than $1 million since his daughter Leah began her fight against neuroblastoma, and proceeds are being donated to Cincinnati Children’s Cancer and Blood
Still Jersey Money: We’ll Make Science Count for Kids with Cancer
Last night, I had the privilege of helping Cincinnati Children’s President and CEO, Michael Fisher, accept a check for more than 1.3 million dollars from the Cincinnati Bengals. This charitable
A Few Things I’ve Learned on Our Journey with Retinoblastoma
Like many four-year-olds, my daughter recently started attending preschool. It’s an exciting milestone for any parent, but for me, it was an achievement that I wasn’t certain my daughter Khloe
Research Shows that Anti-Depressant Medication May Combat Medulloblastoma
A research team led by scientists at the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute (CBDI) at Cincinnati Children’s reported in Nature Medicine that repurposing anti-depressant medication may help combat one of the
Cincinnati Children’s Cancer Research Projects Receive Grants
Eight cancer research projects at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center have been awarded grants totaling $290,000. The grants from the Loveland-based nonprofit group CancerFree KIDS are to be presented June
Design for Renovated Cancer Center Gets Glowing Review
The senior editor of Healthcare Design took a recent tour of the newly renovated Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children’s. And she was blown away. Take a tour with her
4-year-old Donates Bone Marrow to Sister
Recently at Cincinnati Children’s, a four-year-old boy donated his bone marrow to his little sister. The self-proclaimed “Marrow Man” knew that she need it to make her feel better. Two-year-old