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CHOC’s chief intelligence and innovation officer wins notable award for his work in innovation, advocacy and service to families.

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CHOC to present three abstracts/posters on infantile spasms at the American Epilepsy Society meeting in Orlando, Fla. in December.

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Artificial intelligence in pediatric medicine

A panel of CHOC experts specializing in medical innovation discuss possible future impacts of artificial intelligence on health care.

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Child looks at book at CHOC Hospital in Orange - Foundation of Caring Lysosomal Storage Disorder Program

Learn how the CHOC Foundation of Caring Lysosomal Storage Disorder Program and Metabolic Lab are advancing lysosomal storage disorder treatment.

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Children who need pulmonary valve replacement benefit from surgery. The IRIS valve is built small enough to implant in very young patients.

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CHOC will partner with the NIH and FDA to help direct a new effort to revolutionize how pediatric medical devices are brought to market. 

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