Tina Baggott supports children and their families through the trials and tribulations of cancer treatments.
"Your child has cancer." Words no parent ever wants to hear. Christina "Tina" Baggott, PhD, a clinical research nurse in pediatric oncology, comforts parents after they've heard the news, answering questions families have regarding treatment options, including enrollment in clinical trials.
Tina thinks that the new "CAR-T" immunotherapy will be a game-changer in #cancer treatment. Read more about this new cancer-fighting technology and one of her special patients, Salvador, in the current issue of Stanford Medicine magazine.
Aaron Al-Sorghali, a physical therapist/athletic trainer at UTMC’s Regency Outpatient Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine office, shares advice for safe, effective winter training in advance of a spri..
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Willie Mays, the "Say Hey Kid" and San Francisco Giants baseball legend, stopped by Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford during the holidays for the 14th year in a row. Accompanied by Fred Menz..
Dr. Ehab Eltahawy, who specializes in cardiovascular medicine, is taking new patients. #PhysicianFriday
UTMC Physician, Dr. Deepa Mukundan, explains why flu shots are vitally important this season. If you haven't received your vaccination yet, it's not too late.
Remember that children under the age of..
Against all the odds, doctors at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford saved Tyler’s life. Today he’s a happy 6-year-old living with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, epilepsy, cerebral palsy and..
Before the opening of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in 1991, one of the world’s first #heart #transplants in a young child was performed. That historic pediatric heart transplant in 1984..
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