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drugs are significantly delayed in getting to children, finds study: “As a doctor taking care of young cancer patients, this is tremendously frustrating,” explains Dr. Steven DuBois of :
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. just launched a program in the Longwood Medical Area. Check out the new spaces to enjoy this warm weather and learn more about the initiative:
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We are proud to collaborate with & Massachusetts Alliance for Families to celebrate foster caregivers and families! Stop by our free informational event on 5/28 at Boston Children's to learn more about how we are :
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May is ! Boston Children's is proud to announce our new partnership with the Foster MA campaign to help recruit and retain foster and adoptive parents in Massachusetts. Learn more about how you can get involved:
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Boston Children's May 22
. launched “outside,” a placemaking program to enhance areas where employees, families, visitors, researchers & students can benefit from free and accessible programming in Longwood medical area! Check it out:
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Boston Children's May 22
What is ? Can it help your child sleep better? Learn more from Boston Children's sleep expert Judith Owen, MD, MPH:
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Boston Children's May 22
Lia the ballerina: Off the couch and onto the stage. A mother’s instinct helps Lia get the right diagnosis at Boston Children's:
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Boston Children's May 22
Have you heard about the new program? Check it out:
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Boston Children's May 22
If you would like someone from our Patient Relations team to reach out to you regarding your experience please send us a private message with your contact information and a best time to reach you. Or you can contact Patient Relations directly at 617-355-7673 (M-F, 8:30-4:30).
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Boston Children's May 22
Please accept our apology for your experience. We do however appreciate you sharing this with us. Our leadership staff takes all feedback from patients and families very seriously.
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Boston Children's May 22
Replying to @oliviabowman22
We appreciate your willingness to share your journey 🥰
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Boston Children's May 21
“When I was younger, I used to feel like something was not right. Now I feel like I can be proud of it, and is just part of my life.” Learn more about Nick’s inspiring journey:
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Boston Children's May 21
Meet Matt and Brendan! 6 years ago they met at Boston Children’s while recovering from major surgeries. “Their relationship goes beyond knowing each other at their worst, they’re just two really great kids and I know they’ll be connected forever.”
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Boston Children's May 21
For the first time in the program’s 36-year history, the has an all-female slate of new inductees into its hall of fame of Distinguished Bostonians. Among the esteemed honorees is Boston Children’s CEO, Sandi Fenwick: via
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Boston Children's May 21
Can help your child receive a better night sleep? Boston Children's sleep expert Judith Owen, MD, MPH, weighs in:
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Boston Children's May 20
"When we arrived in Boston, I felt like I could finally breathe.” Learn more about Hannah's journey:
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Boston Children's May 20
Since treatments for cancer and blood disorders can affect or harm fertility, 's pediatric program aims to help patients so that they can have families of their own one day. Learn about the options available:
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Boston Children's May 17
“We need to communicate to parents that storing guns in a way that makes them inaccessible to children can reduce the number of children who die year after year, especially from suicide” - Boston Children's Dr. Michael Monuteaux: via
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