News

  • Life-changing service helping children and families with HIV

    In the 40 years since the first Australian case of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in 1981, the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, has been home to the nation’s only designated paediatric HIV service.
  • Bridging the gap between diagnosis and treatment of genetic conditions

    The genomic revolution is changing the face of modern medicine. In this new era, SCHN is focused on bridging the gap between the ability to diagnose and the ability to offer treatment of genetic conditions – and the results are life changing.
  • Quiet Pathway gives options to needle-phobic kids

    Most children don't like the thoughts of having a needle but with the right support they can get through it. There are some children though, like 13-year-old Sienna, for who the thought of having a needle causes severe stress and anxiety.

  • Donated cord blood helps save Elizabeth's life

    Often in kids with very high-risk cancers, it is a race to get to transplant. But cord blood can make all the difference for patients like two-year-old Elizabeth who also face the hurdle of having limited donor options.
  • Bike injuries spike during lockdown

    A significant spike in bicycle-related injuries in children and adolescents during NSW’s recent lockdown has prompted a warning from trauma experts across Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network.

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