“Academia and children’s hospitals in particular have an obligation to take the wealth of information they collect on their patients and use it for the benefit not only of those patients, but of all future patients that have a similar disease,” says Tom Curran, head of Children’s Mercy Hospital’s new Children’s Research Institute.
“Academia and children’s hospitals in particular have an obligation to take the wealth of information they collect on their patients and use it for the benefit not only of those patients, but of all future patients that have a similar disease,” says Tom Curran, head of Children’s Mercy Hospital’s new Children’s Research Institute. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
“Academia and children’s hospitals in particular have an obligation to take the wealth of information they collect on their patients and use it for the benefit not only of those patients, but of all future patients that have a similar disease,” says Tom Curran, head of Children’s Mercy Hospital’s new Children’s Research Institute. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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