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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're thrilled to share that Cynthia Silva, MD, division head of nephrology, was one of six women featured in #ilooklikeadoctor: A Feminist Film. In the film, Dr. Silva discusses her path to becoming a doctor and her advice to aspiring physicians. ... See MoreSee Less
#ILookLikeADoctor: A Feminist Film
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It’s World Diabetes Day. Josh was diagnosed with diabetes in June 2015 and has been a patient at Connecticut Children’s ever since. “Knowing your child has a chronic disease isn’t easy for any parent, but I’m grateful we haven’t had to take this journey alone,” says Lisa, Josh’s mom. “The team at Connecticut Children’s Diabetes Program gave us the care Josh needed when he was at his lowest point, and they’ve been there for us ever since. Through it all, I’ve been astonished at just how resilient Josh has been and continues to be.” ... See MoreSee Less
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Nick was diagnosed with epilepsy as an infant. “We would give him his medicine, which usually helped,” says Bill, Nick’s dad. “Until that one awful morning. Nick was 5 years old and was having a seizure. But this time, his breathing wasn’t right.”
We're thrilled to share that Cynthia Silva, MD, division head of nephrology, was one of six women featured in #ILookLikeADoctor: A Feminist Film. In the film, Dr. Silva discusses her path to becoming a doctor and her advice to aspiring physicians.
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