Research

  • World-first guidelines to improve outcomes for children following cancer

    World-first guidelines launched to manage long-term communication problems will help improve the quality of life for children following cancer treatment.
  • Meet Victoria Sinka

    Victoria Sinka is a Research Assistant in the ARDAC Kidney Health Study at the Centre for Kidney Research, based in Kids Research, SCHN. Victoria is of Aboriginal, Australian Southsea Islander and Maltese descent.

  • Reducing eating disorder risk in adolescents with obesity

    Joint research from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and University of Sydney has identified that a small proportion of adolescents with obesity may have an undiagnosed eating disorder, and many more have risk factors.
  • Rare diseases - not as rare as you think

    Don’t be fooled by the word ‘rare’ in Rare Disease. Collectively, rare diseases are very common, with rare genetic disorders affecting 180,000 children in NSW. In developed countries, rare diseases account for 6 out of 10 childhood deaths.
  • DIPG discovery offers hope for a devastating disease

    A revolutionary drug combination discovered by scientists from the Kids Cancer Centre (KCC) at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and the Children’s Cancer Institute (CCI) has shown astonishing results; eradicating cancer cells of the currently incurable Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG),

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