October 16, 2017
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
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A scientist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has received a $1.6 million federal grant to study the cause of a rare eye cancer known as retinoblastoma, the hospital announced March 14.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles was awarded a $1.2 million federal grant to study drug resistance in leukemia.
A researcher at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has received a $2.3 million federal grant to study bone loss associated with cerebral palsy, the hospital announced Sept. 18.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has been awarded a $1.5 million federal research grant to study what triggers inflammatory bowel disease in more than 1.5 million adults and children, officials said Monday.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles will lead a $4.8 million study to engineer T-cells to battle toxic viruses in children.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Children’s Hospital Los Angeles $1.7 million to research the brains of premature babies.
Two leading Los Angeles medical institutes have developed a liquid biopsy for a cancer of the retina that can blind or kill children younger than 5 years old, researchers announced Monday.