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Data and AI - CHOC joins FDA-led project for mental health expertise on AI's use in data extraction

CHOC is part of an FDA-lead study that will use AI to fill gaps in knowledge in studies of the uses and effects of medications.

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A former CHOC patient born with imperforate anus offers support to families as the Colorectal and Urogenital Program grows.

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CHOC researchers seek to study the role of Tregs in whether pediatric leukemia patients treated with CAR T-cell therapy experience a relapse.

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Dr. John Schlecter, orthopedic surgeon at CHOC, and looking a a teenage male patient's knee

CHOC is pioneering surgical approaches to patellofemoral instability and patellar dislocation, as well as postsurgical pain mitigation.

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Graphic of baby's brain - NeoBrain Conference, hosted by CHOC

The world’s leading neonatologists who want to learn more about the newborn brain will gather at NeoBrain: An Interactive Educational Forum.

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The recent PEDS2040 conference brought together medical staff and leaders to collaborate on innovation in pediatric healthcare.

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