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Seattle Children's Jun 16
Thank you to everyone who came to our helmet giveaway at the Lacey today. We’re nearly out of helmets. Our next giveaway is June 30 in Seattle.
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Seattle Children's Jun 15
When sisters Claire and Emma were diagnosed with celiac disease, they were unsure about how their new diet would fit in to their active, athletic lifestyle. They didn’t want to tell anyone they had celiac.
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Seattle Children's Jun 15
Replying to @HappyQuailPress
Thank you for your kind words. We hope you enjoyed .
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Seattle Children's Jun 15
Thank you so much for your enthusiastic support!
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Seattle Children's Jun 14
Hannah, diagnosed with a rare heart condition as an infant, knows firsthand what it’s like to stay at the hospital. This experience inspired her to give her birthday presents to kids at the hospital to help them “have fun” and “feel happy.”
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Seattle Children's Jun 14
Each day, we dream the audacious dream of a world without . And each day, we take a step closer to that goal. Thank you summit attendees.
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KING 5 News Jun 13
Research hospitals around the world are joining forces to cure childhood cancer.
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Seattle Children's Jun 13
. and the sure know how to make kids feel special! Thank you!!! ⚾❤️
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Seattle Children's Jun 13
How do we work together to get these immunotherapies to kids faster? Learn more at .
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#StrongAgainstCancer Jun 13
Watch Dr. Mike Jensen’s keynote speech on live on our Facebook page!
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Seattle Children's Jun 13
Welcome all summit and annual meeting attendees. Together, let’s imagine a world without childhood cancers.
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Erika Kreger Jun 12
Can't attend ? Watch live-stream at on Wed 6/13, 8:30-10:30amPST - opening remarks, panel discussion, then keynote (starting 9:30am) by 's Dr. Mike Jensen: "Immunotherapy and Its Impact on Pediatric Cancer"
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Mariners Jun 12
. and teammates were proud to play host to a number of kids from today. Not only were we able to sign for them—but they signed custom-made cards for us. ⚾🖊️
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Seattle Children's Jun 12
“Patients can stay in their home hospitals, where their doctors know them, where their families live, and we will basically create these opportunities for immunotherapies to be made for them.” Learn more:
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Seattle Children's Jun 12
Seattle Children’s, w/ , and , has launched CureWorks, an international collaborative of children’s hospitals determined to accelerate development of treatments for childhood cancers.
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Seattle Children's Jun 11
Samantha is a mom on a mission. She’s teamed up with DJ Alexander and the to give books to kids in speech therapy, like TJ. For $10, you can win a VIP experience for four at Seahawks’ Training Camp and enrich kids’ literacy and language skills.
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Erika Kreger Jun 11
Blue skies over ‘s Jack MacDonald building as we await arrival of advocates attending - looking forward to talks by and many other experts from our care and research teams
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Seattle Children's Jun 11
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 10 and 24. Watch as Kathleen Gilligan, a mother who lost her son to suicide, and Dr. Molly Adrian share their tips for recognizing warning signs and preventing suicide in children and teens.
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KOMO News Jun 11
One of a set of twins, Charlotte was born with a congenital heart defect and was treated by . She spent many of her early years in the hospital but is now growing and energetic. Learn more about Charlotte's story:
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Seattle Children's Jun 10
Replying to @RobertJSchuster
We know being at the hospital isn’t easy, but we hope it makes it easier knowing that others are thinking of Emmy and sending well wishes her way.
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