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In Mayo Clinic's Children's Research Center, physicians and scientists from many fields work together to research better medical care for babies, children and adolescents.
The Children's Research Center coalesces with fellow Mayo Clinic scientist and physicians to study childhood wellness in addition to researching opportunities for better prevention, diagnosis, intervention and treatment of pediatric and adolescent chronic conditions and cancer.
The Mayo Clinic Children's Research Center collaborates on pediatric and adolescent research projects focusing on a wide range of topics including cancer, chronic complex disorders, wellness, congenital heart conditions, mental health, infections and more.
Investigators in the Children's Research Center at Mayo Clinic are actively engaged in numerous clinical trials studying interventional outcomes, pharmaceutical management and surgical therapies for pediatric and adolescent cancers and conditions.
Faculty members of the Children's Research Center have published numerous articles detailing the findings from their research. These publications help share pediatric and adolescent cancer and diseases prevention and interventional therapies with others.
Contact the Children's Research Center at Mayo Clinic with scientific or research inquiries about pediatric and adolescent cancers and conditions, clinical trials and collaboration opportunities.
Benefactor support empowers the Children's Research Center to explore and develop research focused on diagnosis, intervention and treatments for pediatric and adolescent illnesses and conditions.
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