Posts Tagged: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Brighten the Holidays With Cincinnati Children’s

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Cancer survivor Lydia Epping, 24, knows what it’s like to be in the hospital over the holiday season. “I was diagnosed at age 7 with Wilms tumor, a type of cancer that starts in the kidneys. I had to go through numerous chemotherapy and radiation treatments not to mention multiple surgeries over the years,” said… Read more »

Polo for Babies

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The Leonidas family is preparing for one last chukker of Polo for Babies, a charity which benefits Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Starting the Polo for Babies event after their daughter, Adeline, was hospitalized with a severe case of the Entero Virus and made a full recovery, the Leonidas family has vowed to always pay… Read more »

Cincinnati Walks for Kids

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Eleven years ago, Cincinnati Walks for Kids was created to help child patients at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC).  On Saturday, Sept. 24 at 4:30 p.m., Greater Cincinnati families can walk with others at Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden (3400 Vine St.) to help raise funds.  Meet current and past patients, be inspired by… Read more »

Cincinnati Children’s Ages & Stages

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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) and Liberty Center will offer a new informative child health program called Ages & Stages: A New Era of Parenting.  Open to parents, caregivers and professionals, this new program is FREE to attend! Topics covered include a panel discussion on Healthy Minds, Strong Kids, Happy Families, followed by breakout… Read more »

Aplastic Anemia and MDS Conference

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On Saturday, April 30 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Cincinnati Airport Hotel, the Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation (AAMDSIF) will host a free conference from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. that is open to families, patient advocates, healthcare professionals, medical students and caregivers. The conference focuses on improvements in the care of those living with Aplastic… Read more »

Join SPARK, Nation’s Largest Autism Research Study

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Families whose members have autism are invited to join Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) to help launch SPARK (Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge), a new online research initiative that will become the largest autism study ever undertaken in the United States.  Sponsored by the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI), the SPARK… Read more »

November is World Prematurity Month

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On Monday, November 17, people around the world celebrated World Prematurity Day, and the month of November marks World Prematurity Month. Babies born prematurely are at risk not only for death, but also for many severe and chronic medical disorders, including brain damage, lung disease, intestinal injury, blindness, hearing loss, cerebral palsy and failure to grow. And… Read more »

Family Literacy Month at Pogo Play

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Head to Pogo Play (10870 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash) and join other families on Sunday, November 30 for a special day of storytelling and activities in honor of Family Literacy Month!     Bring in a new or gently used book between November 18 – 30th and receive $1 off your admission. All book donations will benefit Cincinnati… Read more »

Cincinnati Walks for Kids

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Get ready for a roaring good time on Saturday, Sept. 27, when families are invited to join Cincinnati Walks for Kids, benefitting Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC).  Enjoy exclusive access to the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, including complimentary rides on the Zoo’s train and carousel.  Plus, check out pre-event face painting, Queen City… Read more »

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