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  • COVID-19 Test for Kids: What to expect

    The thought of having a COVID-19 test can be nerve-wracking at any age but especially for a child - and kids are bound to have lots of questions. So rather than trying to explain it, we thought we'd show them.

  • Research program by cancer treatment pioneer coming to Sydney

    Leading CAR-T cancer treatment expert, Dr Patrick Schlegel, has been welcomed to Westmead as part of a multi-party partnership between the University of Sydney, the Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN).

  • A lifetime's contribution to children's mental health

    The Network’s Eating Disorder Service Coordinator A Prof Sloane Madden has been recognised for his exceptional contribution to the care of young people living with an eating disorder.

  • Mini brains may help treat incurable brain cancer

    Treatments for incurable and aggressive brain cancers may only be a few years away with researchers in the Children’s Cancer Research Unit (CCRU) beginning a new research project to trial CAR-T cell therapy on mini brains.
  • Raising Awareness for Developmental Language Disorder

    Imagine sitting in a classroom unable to understand what is being said, but being expected to achieve the same as your classmates.

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