Posts Tagged ‘Fanconi Anemia’

About the man who put kids’ health on the national research agenda

Healthcare practice and medical science are dominated by the diseases many of us may acquire at some point in our lives. Not surprisingly, many of the diseases that affect children get short shrift and the underlying science often lacks adequate funding. Seldom do we escape this pseudo logic whereby rare disease research provides a poor return on investment – in other words, few cases equals low impact. On March 9, David Frohnmayer passed away. Dave … Read More

Doernbecher Fanconi Anemia specialist invites you to walk/run for a cure

As pediatricians we care for children with a wide spectrum of illness and injury. Some of them are life-threatening, some more mundane, most heal. Children grow, parents are grateful and pediatricians thrive on the validation both provide. Only sometimes the news is that things will not get better, will last a long time and children will not grow to be their unencumbered, exuberant and irreverent selves. Fanconi Anemia, or FA, is a rare, 1 in … Read More

Doernbecher Best in the Country U.S. News & World Report

Doernbecher Best in the Country U.S. News & World Report

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