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Here in the Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s, we work hard every day to find better ways to help care for children. Children who are diagnosed with cancer often require frequent radiology studies. As radiologists, we work closely with › Continue Reading

Daphne Nieves recently received a life-saving bone marrow transplant on her tenth birthday. The donor is a perfect match with the same blood type, so Daphne’s mother is hopeful. Many people sent cards and gifts to Daphne, and nurses sang › Continue Reading

The Proton Therapy Center at Liberty Campus expects to begin treating patients by late summer or early fall, months earlier than originally anticipated. With two clinical treatment bays and one research bay, the Proton Therapy Center has the capacity to › Continue Reading

The Children’s Comprehensive Fertility Care and Preservation program at Cincinnati Children’s is giving patients in the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute the option to preserve reproductive tissue to give patients a better chance of having children later in life. “We › Continue Reading

The Proton Therapy Center at Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus is set to open in the winter of 2016-2017. The new cancer therapy will deliver radiation directly to a tumor minimizing damage to surrounding tissue. Read more about the center and watch › Continue Reading