Initiative Pushes CHOP To Forefront In Pediatric Genetic ResearchChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia has received a $25-million grant.
The Eagles Hand Off Major Donation To Autism ResearchThe fight against autism is a personal one for Jeffrey Lurie, who has a family member on the spectrum.
1st Child To Undergo Historic Double-Hand Transplant Returns To CHOP After Remarkable RecoveryTuesday marked one year since then 8-year-old Zion Harvey became the first child to undergo a double-hand transplant.
Health: CHOP Provides Autism-Friendly SpacesThousands of young patients are treated there and now there's a new building at CHOP that's more welcoming to children with autism.
Two Local Hospitals Join Forces To Help Mothers And Babies In Montgomery CountyTwo local hospitals are joining forces to provide expert care for mothers and babies in the East Norriton area.
Carnival Atmosphere Outside CHOP For Fetal Surgery Family ReunionIt was a reunion for the families of children who had life-changing surgeries while most of them were still in the womb.
CHOP Ranks Among The Best Pediatric Hospitals In Nation According To New RankingsThe 2016-17 U.S. News and World Report Best Children's Hospital National Rankings ranked CHOP among the best.
Annenberg Center Live Entertains Patients At Children's Hospital Of PhiladelphiaKids at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia got a free preview Wednesday morning of an annual festival being held a few blocks away.
Students Collect 1200 Books For Children At CHOPThe children of the ‘Friends Select’ school in Center City are giving back, to children just like themselves, and their fittingly being called ‘Helpful Heroes’.
CHOP Receives $5 Million Donation From Wawa FoundationThe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia received a $5 million philanthropic gift from the Wawa foundation.
Senator Casey Hosts Roundtable Discussion On Issue Of Lead Poisoning In ChildrenLead poisoning in children. Senator Bob Casey held a roundtable discussion on the topic Monday at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to come up with ways to address the problem, which he calls a matter of basic justice.
The Who's Philadelphia Show To Aid Children With CancerOn their 50th anniversary world tour, The Who, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are making music history and raising money and awareness for a charity called Who Cares Teen Cancer America.