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“You don’t have to label to treat,” said Dr. Sharon Oberfield, a professor of pediatrics at Columbia University who co-authored a recent update on the diagnosis and treatment of PCOS in adolescents.
Columbia’s pediatric hematology/oncology/stem cell transplantation team is launching a groundbreaking program in pediatric neuro-oncology, the Brain Tumor Technology Research (BTTR) initiative.
High school junior Kelli MacTaggart's life changed suddenly when she went into cardiac arrest in the hallway of her high school.
Columbia researchers are exploring ways to repurpose drugs approved by the FDA for other conditions and existing experimental therapies in difficult-to-treat pediatric cancers.
Columbia's Dr. Prakash Satwani is researching ways to reduce immediate and late-stage complications in bone marrow transplantation for children with leukemia/lymphoma.
Dr. Sharon Oberfield will begin her year-long term as president-elect at the society’s annual meeting in April 2020.
Here are 6 things Melissa Stockwell, MD, MPH tells families and other physicians to encourage more families to get their children vaccinated against the flu.
Columbia’s pediatric and adult IBD programs are expanding services with two new nationally recognized experts to improve interdisciplinary care for patients.
Anna Penn, MD, PhD, a leading clinical neonatologist and developmental neuroscientist, has been named chief of the Division of Neonatology in the Department of Pediatrics at Columbia.
Internationally renowned physician-scientist Joshua Milner, MD has been named chief of Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology in the Department of Pediatrics.