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Arkansas Children’s Names Mourani President of Arkansas Children’s Research Institute - Scientist, Leader with NIH Funding Record to Join System in Pursuit of Unprecedented Child Health
Funds support pediatric cancer treatment and blood disorder program in Springdale.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), Arkansas Children’s, Baptist Health and Proton International (PI) have signed a Letter of Intent to bring proton therapy — an alternative to radiation therapy for treating cancer — to Arkansas.
We are conducting a research study to learn more about weight, Type 2 Diabetes, and how sugar is processed in the body.
The goal of this research study is to examine how effective a personalized, interactive asthma smartphone app in reducing asthma disease among adolescents age 12-20 years, who are at greater risk for future asthma attacks.
Meet Abigail, one of our teen patients who discovered a beautiful talent while fighting cancer at Arkansas Children's.
The Arkansas Children's Hospital Sports Medicine department answers questions about what to expect this season in the midst of COVID-19.
We know that healthcare can be complicated, so we make it as easy as possible to access primary and specialty care.