Nov
15
2016

Texas Children’s websites revamped to look, feel better

In case you haven’t already noticed, the websites for Texas Children’s Hospital and Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women have a new look and feel. Sporting bright colors, vibrant photographs and iconography, the websites have been redesigned to better reflect Texas Children’s branding and marketing materials. The websites also have been revamped to incorporate best practices Read More…

Nov
15
2016

Camp Keep Smiling offers valuable outlet to children with cleft lip and palate

Growing up, it took awhile for Michelle Roy to warm up to other children in her neighborhood and school classrooms. A bilateral cleft lip and palate caused her to be shy, introverted and at times feel a little isolated. “I didn’t have anyone to share my experiences and feelings with,” she said. “I didn’t have Read More…

Nov
15
2016

Family’s journey to find answers to son’s epilepsy ends at Texas Children’s

Imagine being a parent of a child who has uncontrollable seizures. After numerous doctor visits and four failed medication attempts, the cause of your child’s seizures remains a mystery. That was the grim reality Mallory Hansen and her husband, Craig, faced after their son’s epilepsy diagnosis. “When Noah was 10 weeks old, we noticed he Read More…

Nov
15
2016

Cancer Center hosts inaugural Pediatric Cancer Disparities Symposium

On November 2, Texas Children’s Cancer Center hosted the inaugural Pediatric Cancer Disparities Symposium, presented by Northwestern Mutual Foundation and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. Experts from around the world attended in an effort to increase awareness of the disparities that exist for pediatric cancers, to stimulate the development of new research and to begin establishing Read More…

Nov
15
2016

Abercrombie playground closed for renovations, expect noise for several weeks

The playground adjacent to the Abercrombie Building will be closed for several months as it undergoes major renovations to create a new outdoor environment for our patients, families and staff. Scheduled to be completed in spring 2017, this area will be entirely renovated to create a new “play garden” that includes multiple seating areas with Read More…