Tag Archive: bench to bedside

Aug 23 2016

Behavioral Health Prevention Efforts Prepare Kids to Learn in School

As the summer comes to a close and children prepare to head back to school, it is an opportunity for us all to sit up straight and study up on the value of the work that we do as pediatric researchers to help children thrive.

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Apr 05 2016

In Bench to Bedside: Finding Research Success in Setbacks

A new issue of Bench to Bedside, the monthly newsmagazine from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute, is now available! This month’s issue includes several stories that show that, sometimes, it takes some setbacks to pave a new and unexpected path to success in research.

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Jan 28 2016

Precision Medicine Initiatives, Medical Mysteries in Bench to Bedside

A blizzard of research happenings and news — from initiatives that are pushing precision medicine forward to a new way of thinking about how cancer progresses — appear in the January issue of Bench to Bedside.

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Aug 04 2015

New Ways Needed to Predict, Treat Relapsed Leukemia

Despite advances in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia treatment, between 15 and 20 percent of children who achieve an initial complete remission will relapse. They may need more intensive therapy or alternative approaches, but physicians do not yet have a reliable way of predicting which patients are at high-risk of relapse.

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