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Great Clips hosts 30th annual cut-a-thon to support Children’s Minnesota’s school re-entry program

Participating Great Clips salons throughout the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin will donate a portion of the proceeds from each haircut to support the school re-entry program at Children's Minnesota.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar discusses drug shortage bill at Children’s Minnesota

The Kid Experts at Children’s Minnesota welcomed Sen. Amy Klobuchar to its Minneapolis hospital to discuss bipartisan legislation to address nationwide drug shortages.

Two Children’s Minnesota kid experts publish acute lymphoblastic leukemia study in Blood journal

Two kid experts, Dr. Nathan Gossai, pediatric oncologist and director of the leukemia and lymphoma program and Dr. Stuart S. Winter, chief of research and medical innovation, published a new study in the Blood journal about the prognostic significance of central nervous system (CNS) leukemic involvement in newly diagnosed T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Pediatric hospitals with pediatric protocols: Strong outcomes for teens and young adults with cancer

Children’s Minnesota's Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer program focuses on getting patients healthy and optimizing quality of life. We coordinate care with trained specialists in areas such as endocrinology, gynecology, genetics and genomic medicine, physical therapy and rehabilitation, psychologists, and registered dietitians and nutritionists, to further enhance and support the patient experience.

Children’s Minnesota videos receive industry awards

Several videos produced by Children’s Minnesota have won industry awards from the Viddy Awards, Communicator Awards, and Telly Awards.

Camille’s courage: experimental ‘tumor paint’ helps light the way for toddler’s brain tumor removal procedure

After an MRI scan detected a golf ball-sized tumor in Camille's brain, her family agreed to enroll her in a research trial underway at the time at Children’s Minnesota.

Star Gala inspires record-breaking donations to support life-saving resources for Children’s Minnesota cancer and blood disorders program

Star Gala brought business leaders, philanthropists and community members to The Depot in Minneapolis to raise vital funds that will be invested in life-saving resources, wrap-around services for patient families, and cutting-edge cancer and blood disorders research.

Minnesota Twins superstar Carlos Correa and the Correa Family Foundation visit Children’s Minnesota

Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa, his wife Daniella, and representatives from the Correa Family Foundation visited our Minneapolis hospital campus this week.

True chemistry: how clinical trial combined with a love for science brings Kyla to Children’s Minnesota

After graduating college with a degree in chemistry in 2022, Kyla's career was suddenly put on hold when doctors found an ovarian tumor. But her appreciation for science and research would play a big role in her fight and recovery.

Defying the odds: Gwen’s fight through brain cancer

Growing up playing sports with her three older brothers means Gwen has no shortage of motivation. After being diagnosed with brain cancer at only 19 years old, Gwen plans to still finish college a semester early, works part-time, goes to the gym every day and even plans on competing in her first powerlifting tournament in July!