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Surgery found to cure mysterious, unexplained fevers

Pediatric Views
Through personal experience, Dr. Greg Licameli finds that a tonsillectomy (with or without adenoidectomy) almost always cures cyclical fevers. [read more]

Bringing sound to life

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Two cochlear implants have made all the difference for previously deaf 8-year-old Caroline Bass. 

Reaching new heights

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Allison felt just plain "lousy" for most of her young life. But after a long medical journey, she's finally starting to feel better. And she's got a robot named da Vinci to thank for it. [read more]

Look... Listen... Learn

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From interactive computer programs to group sing-alongs, our Communication Enhancement Center is finding new and exciting ways to help children with communication difficulties learn and interact. [read more]

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