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In the News

Pediatric and obstetric health leaders from Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford are frequently highlighted in local and national media for providing world-class, extraordinary care to children and expectant mothers. Following is a sampling of these media appearances.

CDC: HPV vaccine rates for teens unacceptably low   KQED Forum, 8/5/14
The CDC released a study recently stating that less than half of American teens receive the HPV vaccine. Sophia Yen, MD, provides insight.

Heart-lung transplant gives Bay Area preteen a second chance at life   NBC Bay Area, 7/31/14
Jeffrey Feinstein, MD, was featured.

High-risk birth specialists save Salinas baby   ABC-7, 7/23/14
Karl Sylvester, MD, and Jane Chueh, MD, were interviewed.

Microchip to ID Type 1 diabetes developed by Stanford team   San Francisco Chronicle, 7/14/14
Researcher and pediatric endocrinologist Brian Feldman, MD, PhD, was featured.

‘Lipstick girl’ gets birthday wish: A double lung transplant   KTVU-2, 7/11/14
Carlos Milla, MD, was interviewed.

Population boom leads to fast moves for Silicon Valley hospitals   Silicon Valley Business Journal, 7/4/14
President and CEO Christopher G. Dawes was quoted.

Food allergy treatments for kids show promise   NBC News, 7/1/14
Allergist and immunologist Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD, provides insight.

Boy with rare cancer fights his illness with love from family and the community,   Morgan Hill Times, 6/26/14 
A lover of cars and stylish hats, 5-year-old Nathan Alonso had a new reason to celebrate recently: He finished his last chemotherapy treatment at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. He was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma in 2013.

Obesity before pregnancy links to earliest preterm births, Stanford/Packard study says   Inside Stanford Medicine, 6/27/14
Study lead author Gary Shaw, PhD, and obstetrician Deirdre Lyell, MD, were quoted.

Is it an anxiety disorder or just anxiety?   Everyday Health, 6/25/14
Child psychologist Sanno Zack, PhD, was quoted.

Changes on the way for the South Bay hospital landscape   San Jose Mercury News, 6/25/14
President and CEO Christopher G. Dawes was quoted.

Pulmonologist treats rare, ‘1 in a million’ lung disease   KRON-4 (not available online), 6/16/14
Pulmonologist Nanci Yuan, MD, provides comment.

 

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wijohnson@stanfordchildrens.org
650-498-7056

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650-497-8364

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