News

  • Childhood Cancer: The past, the present and the future

    Every year, 750 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer. About one third of these children live in New South Wales, with many relying on our two cancer centres for treatment.

  • Where Bear Cottage meets the sea

    It has been 18 years in the making but Bear Cottage’s pathway to the beach has finally been completed.

  • RSV infection rates lowest in years

    Despite the global outbreak of COVID-19 this year, many children may actually have been healthier than previous years with new research showing more than an 85% reduction in RSV and bronchiolitis presentations and admissions to Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network.

  • Spring's a wheeze: keeping kids healthy this asthma season

    Spring has sprung and with the warmer weather comes the dust and pollen that can trigger serious respiratory conditions, especially for children with asthma.

  • Children’s antibodies to help in fight against COVID-19

    The next piece of the puzzle needed to find a COVID-19 vaccine may lie in the immune systems of children and will become the focus of a new research study at Kids Research.

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