The Center for Global Health exists to end child mortality and suffering around the world.
Since 1996, the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative at Texas Children's Hospital has been a global leader in pediatric HIV care and treatment. Over 80,000 families currently receive care.
This group of frequently untreated illnesses impact children the hardest, and yet almost all are completely preventable. Learn more.
Parts of Africa have a prevalence of sickle cell trait higher than 20%. Most children born with sickle cell disease won't see their fifth birthday. Learn about our work in Angola.
Year In The Life Of A Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist In AfricaDr. Jeremy Slone, Pediatric Oncologist
Top Five Pediatric Health Blogs From 2013Cara Lyons, Editor-in-Chief
Texas Children’s Partners With Colleagues in Papua New Guinea To Improve Lives Of ChildrenDr. Mark W. Kline, Physician-in-Chief
A Double Dose of Cancer: Sebaga’s Story From BotswanaDr. Jeremy Slone, Pediatric Oncologist
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