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Children’s Minnesota experts share their thoughts on difficult end-of-life discussions

Dr. Kris Catrine, a Pain and Palliative Care Consultant, and Dr. Stefan Friedrichsdorf, medical director of the Department of Pain Medicine, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine discussed end-of-life care for children.

Midwest Fetal Care Center launches open fetal surgery program

On Jan. 17, Children’s Minnesota and Allina Health announced that the Midwest Fetal Care Center added open fetal surgery to its pioneering fetal care program, becoming one of less than a dozen centers in the country with these capabilities.

Vaccine skeptics draw concern from pediatric health experts

Patsy Stinchfield, MS, RN, CPNP, CIC, senior director of infection prevention and control at Children's Minnesota, discussed vaccine safety in the U.S.

Marc Gorelick is named president and COO of Children’s Minnesota

Children’s Minnesota named Marc Gorelick president and chief operating officer, effective March 20.

Standardized review methods help Children’s Minnesota determine which vaccines to use

Joseph Kurland, MPH, vaccine specialist and infection preventionist, co-authored a Becker’s Hospital Review article on meningitis with Dr. Leonard Friedland, vice president and director of scientific affairs & public health for GSK, a global health care company.

Dr. Schultz conducts research on young patient’s Pleuropulmonary Blastoma tumors

Dr. Kris Ann Schultz collected samples from a patient's tumors to conduct research and develop better ways to diagnose and treat the cancer.

Children’s Theatre Company “Cinderella” stars visit patients

Cinderella and Prince Charming visited patients at the hospital.

Hannah Kull, APRN, shares tips on how children can give back to the community

Hannah Kull, APRN, shared tips with KARE-TV about how parents can teach their kids to give back.

Genetic testing increases in popularity and consumer availability

Geoffrey Beek, genetic counselor at Children's Minnesota, shared insights and expressed caution regarding gene testing.

Children’s Minnesota patient Obadiah Gamble goes viral (again)

Children’s Minnesota patient Obadiah Gamble attended a Minnesota Wild hockey game and excitedly celebrated a goal on camera, catching the attention of viewers.