Now ranked No. 1 in the country for cancer care by U.S. News World Report, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is saving the lives of kids with rare and relapsed cancers.
Bayleigh was diagnosed with a brain tumor at 16 months old and received two brain surgeries. The research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital helped to identify the cancer early and provided the innovative treatment to remove all of Bayleigh's tumor. She is now 4 years old and is in remission.
U.S. News World Report ranked Cincinnati Children's as No. 3 in the Honor Roll of top pediatric hospitals in their 2013 Best Children's Hospitals report. We are nationally ranked in all 10 subspecialty categories. The research and innovative treatments are helping to change the outcome for kids from all 50 states and over 82 countries, and we need your support.
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