A recent article in the Capital Business Journal, a Washington Post publication, about diversifying the local economy included information about how Children’s National is using data to help improve care for children with chronic conditions like sickle cell disease.
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Cellular therapy is a novel treatment for reducing infection and relapse in children with blood cancers.
The Sickle Cell Disease Program at Children’s National is among the largest pediatric sickle cell disease programs in the country.
The hip program at Children’s National has a reputation for delivering advanced surgical care and leading breakthrough research in pediatric hip disorders.
The Sheikh Zayed Institute’s Pain Medicine Care Complex is one of only a few programs in the country focused exclusively on managing pain for infants, children, and teens. When children are unable to express their pain in words, our pediatric specialists have the unique insight to help.