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2005

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December 2005

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Once-Touted Drug For Cancer Finds New Life in China
Wall Street Journal
December 22, 2005 

Ryan's Battle With Rare Disease
CBS4
December 8, 2005  

Maggie's Double-Lung Transplant
CBS4
December 7, 2005 

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November 2005

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Exercise May Aid Sick Kids' Hearts
The Washington Post
December 5, 2005 

Pints for half-pints: Children's Hospital Boston at Waltham launches new bloodmobile
Waltham Daily News Tribune
Nov. 30, 2005 

Why Kraft Decided to Ban Some Food Ads to Children
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
November 1, 2005 

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October 2005

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Hard on Soft Drinks
The Boston Globe Magazine
October 30, 2005  

Matt Light & Family Help Kick Off 'CBS 4 Kids'
CBS4
October 11, 2005 

Flu Season Begins with Preschoolers, study confirms
USA Today
October 4, 2005 

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September 2005

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Childhood heart defects cause trouble years later: As many as 1 million American adults, treated for congenital heart defects as children, are at risk of serious illness as they move into middle and old age, doctors say, yet many of these patients are not even getting regular heart check-ups.
The Boston Globe
September 26, 2005 

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August 2005

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Parents, not restaurants, must teach kids what to eat
Chicago Sun-Times
August 29, 2005 

Get the Lead Out
Newsweek
August 8, 2005 

Teen Body Image, the Media, and supplements: an unhealthy mix
U.S.News & World Report
August 1, 2005  

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July 2005

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Blood vessel drugs halt cancer growth
The work of Children's Hospital Boston researcher Dr. Judah Folkman is highlighted.
Harvard Gazette
July 12, 2005 

With pacemaker, tiny boy finds new lease on life: Drs. Mark Alexander and Emile Bacha recently worked together to implant a pacemaker in the smallest person ever to receive such a device.
The Boston Globe
July 11, 2005 

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June 2005

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Dr. Judah Folkman talks about his work as the anti-cancer strategist.
BusinessWeek
June 6, 2005 

Biotech, Finally
BusinessWeek
June 3, 2005 

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May 2005

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Designer Blood: Children's scientists hope to use cloning to improve bone marrow transplants
The Boston Globe
May 17, 2005  

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April 2005

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Panel Urges National Standard to Govern Stem Cell Research
USA Today
April 26, 2005

Go Easy on the Water During Endurance Sports
MSNBC.com
April 14, 2005 

Art program helps sick kids at Children's Hospital
Daily News Transcript (Waltham)
April 5, 2005  

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February 2005

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Sex and violence ... and it's on the radio
MSNBC
February 3, 2005 

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January 2005 

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THE PEDIATRIC GAP: Why have most medications never been properly tested on kids?
New Yorker Magazine
January 10, 2005 

Q & A: Minor Meds -- Jerome Groopman writes about the medical issues involved in giving prescription drugs to children, and the financial complications involved in testing drugs for child effectiveness and safety
New Yorker Magazine
January 10, 2005

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- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO
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