Johns Hopkins Children’s Center has been nationally recognized as an approved National Pancreas Foundation (NPF) Center of Excellence for the care and treatment of pancreatitis. The Children’s Center is one of 16 pediatric medical centers ...
Removal of the pancreas followed by transplantation of the insulin producing islet cells into the liver are shown to avoid lifelong pain and diabetes.
Endoscopic devices are being used to treat gastrointestinal disorders in adults but not as much in pediatric patients—a practice Johns Hopkins Children’s Center aims to change.
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