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Pioneers in Hyperinsulinism: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Dr. Adzick holding baby

CHOP’s groundbreaking expertise in treating children with congenital hyperinsulinism (HI) began more than 50 years ago and draws patients from all over the world.

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Pediatrics Department Best in U.S. for 2020

For the seventh consecutive year, the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, located at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, has been ranked number one in the United States.

Genetics Collaborative Follows Unique Blueprint to Individualize Medicine

The IMGC coordinates a genetic testing plan that provides accurate and comprehensive test results within a few weeks.

New Care Guidelines Cover Patients with Mitochondrial Disease

Physicians who see patients with mitochondrial disease have a practical new tool: the first published care standards to guide clinical care.

After One Dose of Gene Therapy Hemophilia B Patients Maintain Near-normal Levels of Clotting Factor

In a clinical trial led by Children's Hospital, adult patients with hemophilia B were able to pursue daily activities without disabling bleeds.

Fetal Surgery Successfully Removes Life-threatening Tumor Connected to Heart

Tucker, Fetal patient

Fetal medicine experts at Children's Hospital have performed prenatal heart surgery to remove a life-threatening tumor, called intrapericardial teratoma.

The Ministry of Health and Prevention of the United Arab Emirates and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Partner on Visiting Specialty Consultant Program

MOHAP and CHOP group photo

The Visiting Consultants Program will bring the expertise of Children's Hospital physicians to patients at MOHAP hospitals within the United Arab Emirates.

The Road Best Taken

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At Children's Hospital, highly experienced teams work together to develop clinical pathways for treating various conditions.

FDA Approves Personalized Cellular Therapy for Advanced Leukemia Developed by University of Pennsylvania and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

CAR T-cell patient Emily and family

FDA's approval is a pivotal milestone in this new era of cellular therapies that treat leukemia with a patient's own immune system.

CHOP Nurses Visit Middle East on Observership

CHOP nurses in Middle East

A new professional development opportunity allows nurses to visit international pediatric facilities and meet the clinical staff caring for patients.

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