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At Connecticut Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, our pediatric oncologists and hematologists have special training in how to diagnose and treat all childhood cancers and blood disorders. We offer patients exceptional clinical care, access to novel therapies and clinical trials, and multiple patient and family support programs.
Connecticut Children’s urology division has ranked as a top 20 national program in the 2019-2020 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained urologists evaluate, diagnose and treat infants, children, adolescents and young adults affected by a wide range of genitourinary conditions.
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We've got our pajamas ready for PJ Day for the Kids CT Childrens happening this Friday, December 13. There's still time to get your school or business involved. Signing up takes less 5 minutes. Then, on Friday wear your PJs and donate $1 or more to Connecticut Children's to support the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Sign up: bit.ly/35TEL9C. ... See MoreSee Less
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Milena Frazer, RN, and her colleagues researched strategies to reduce hypothermia among patients in the neonatal intensive care unit. Their research led to a change in nursing practice. Milena has been a nurse in the NICU for 20 years, and she's excited to share her story during the Kiss Cares for Kids Radiothon on Thursday, December 12—less than one week away! Tune into KISS 95.7 on Thursday from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. to listen and donate. For more info: bit.ly/2DV1NRv ... See MoreSee Less
We've got our pajamas ready for PJ Day for the Kids this Friday, December 13. There's still time to get your school or business involved! On Friday, wear your PJs and donate $1 or more to support our Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. https://bit.ly/35TEL9C.
Milena Frazer, RN, has been a nurse in the NICU for 20 years, and she's excited to be taking part in the Kiss Cares for Kids Radiothon on Thursday, December 12. Tune into @kiss957 from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. to listen and donate.
For more info: https://bit.ly/2DV1NRv
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