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Dr. Morton M. Woolley was a beloved surgeon, professor, pioneer and leader at Children's Hospital Los Angeles from 1960 until his retirement in 1992, who held a worldwide reputation for surgical repair of birth defects in premature and newborn infants. He served as CHLA's...
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Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles reveal a relationship between lead exposure risk and brain structure in children from lower-income families   Though leaded gas and lead-based paint were banned decades ago, the risk of lead exposure is far from gone. A...
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On December 3, KOST 103.5 FM and KTLA will broadcast live from the hospital to generate support for CHLA’s year-end fundraising campaign Los Angeles’ number one morning shows for radio and television – iHeartMedia Los Angeles’ KOST 103.5 FM’s The Ellen K Morning Show,...
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Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles discover a mechanism of cardiac regeneration in the zebrafish that could change the field of heart research One of the reasons coronary heart disease is so deadly is that fluid build-up and scarring can develop in the heart...