News

  • WTM: Why the mask?

    With more and more people wearing masks in the community, we know kids are going to have a lot of questions - especially when they start seeing people they know like their nurse or doctor, their child life therapist or their parent or carer with their face covered.

  • Welcome to our new Chief Executive, Cathryn Cox PSM

    This week we welcomed Cathryn Cox PSM as the new Chief Executive of Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network.

  • Giving critically ill babies the breast care – World Breastfeeding Week

    If there is one thing I can attest to as a lactation specialist working in neonatal intensive care, it is that the power of breast milk should never be underestimated.

  • NSW first CAR T-cell therapy gives hope for Aussie kids with Leukaemia

    Oncologists at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH) have delivered the state’s first CAR T-cell infusion to 11-year-old Kamm Deininger, who is currently cancer-free following two relapses and a three year battle with a rare and devastating form of Leukaemia.

  • Brayden's super liver

    Four-year-old Brayden has a scar the size of a dinner plate on his stomach – and he’s not afraid to show it off. Why? Because underneath that scar is his super liver.

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