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Botox® Injections Available to Treat Adolescents with Migraine Headaches

The division of pediatric neurology at St. Louis Children’s Hospital now offers Botox injections for adolescent patients whose migraine headaches ...

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Patient With Goodpasture’s Syndrome Thrives After Kidney Transplant

At age 14, Madeline Rauh was an exceptional student and talented competitive swimmer. According to her mom, Julie, her daughter ...

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Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital: 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 ...

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Therapy Services Opens New Facility in St. Charles County

St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s Therapy Services has opened a new satellite location in O’Fallon, Missouri, adjacent to Progress West Hospital. ...

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CBD in Pediatric Care: “First Do No Harm” Is Primary Consideration

According to Washington University physician Jennifer Griffith, MD, PhD, easy access to CBD in its various forms—oil, topical ointments, tinctures ...

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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 ...

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Quality Improvement Project Aims at Changing Steroid Prescribed for Asthma Exacerbations

A quality improvement project underway at St. Louis Children’s Hospital has the goal of educating pediatric emergency medicine physicians and ...

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Cochlear Implants: A Viable Option for Children With Single-Sided Deafness

Over the past decade, cochlear implantation for adults with single-sided hearing loss has proven effective in helping to restore sound ...

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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 ...