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Outcomes and Research

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Conditions and Services

The neuroscience program at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota unites a broad range of experts in a common mission. We care for more neurology patients, more brain tumor patients and more epilepsy patients than any other hospital in the region. And we do it with some of the most advanced treatments and technologies available today.

Neuroscience Program

 When it comes to kids' brain and nervous system conditions, the neuroscience program at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is on a mission. We're determined to be a national leader in care and research. That's why we work hard to bring you the latest technologies, best facilities and the best experts around.

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Children’s patient has brain tumor removed, wakes up a new person

Elizabeth Johnson Camozzi writes about the surgery that saved her life.

5 question friday

Children’s welcomes new neurologist

In recognition of Brain Injury Awareness Month and our focus on neurology, we’d like you to meet Douglas Hyder, MD, in this edition of Five Question Friday.

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Boy battles brain tumor, congenital heart disease

Dylan Jones was born with tetralogy of Fallot, a problem with the heart’s structure that changes the normal flow of blood through the heart.