Archive for hemangioma
Answers for Isaac: A family’s journey to treat vascular anomalies
Early on, Jinah and her husband knew their son Isaac was battling something complex, but they couldn’t figure out what it was, even after seeing numerous specialists. Their search for answers spanned the globe and eventually brought them to the Vascular Anomalies Center at Boston Children’s Hospital. It was in Boston that they not only ... Read More
Tagged: ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, hemangioma, vascular anomalies
Is rapamycin the new aspirin?
I’ve heard it said that if aspirin had to go through today’s FDA approval process, it would never be approved for over-the-counter use because it just does so many things. Lately, it’s been hard to cover biomedical research at Children’s without stumbling on another drug that’s also FDA-approved and also seems to have multiple uses: ... Read More