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Notes of Caution

Earbuds are popular among children and teenagers, but these tiny devices can cause big damage to hearing if used improperly ...

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Meet the Future of Injury Prevention

The orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists at St. Louis Children’s Hospital have developed new technology that will allow them to ...

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Neurocritical Care Program: Taking the Fear Out of Going Home

Read more about Madi Allen's struggle with pneumonia and her experience with St. Louis Children's Hospital. Learn more. ...

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Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital: MIBG Therapy Targets High-Risk Neuroblastoma

Learn more about the treatment - iodine-131 metaiodobenzylguanidine (I-131 MIBG) therapy - being tested for children with high risk neuroblastoma. ...

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How Augmented Reality is Changing the Future of EP Procedures

What do you get when you combine an ever-curious biomedical engineer and a passionate electrophysiologist with Microsoft technology? How about ...

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Help to Better Manage Complex Device Technology

As technology advances, implanted devices for heart arrhythmias are becoming increasingly complex. That’s why St. Louis Children’s Hospital has launched ...

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MIBG Therapy Targets High-Risk Neuroblastoma

St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine have joined a Children’s Oncology Group (COG) clinical trial to ...

Patient Stories

From Jackson, Mississippi, to St. Louis Children's Hospital: One Mom’s Quest for Her Son’s Cochlear Implant

Ian Farley, now age 12, was born with single-sided deafness. A cause for his deafness was never identified; according to ...

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St. Louis Blues Superfan With Rare Illness Given Stanley Cup Ring By Team

Laila Anderson has HLH a disease that results in her body making too many immune cells. But she hasn't let ...