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THE LIFESPAN CANCER INSTITUTE is using a $10 million grant from the Papitto Opportunity Connection for a new program to get high school students of color interested in careers in cancer research and treatment. The institute is also using the money to enhance cancer research at Lifespan Corp.'s Coro Center in Providence. COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP.

Lifespan Cancer Institute launches career program for young people of color

PROVIDENCE – The Lifespan Cancer Institute is launching a new program to train high school students of color for a career in cancer research...

Surge in respiratory viruses is stretching hospital’s resources

PROVIDENCE – An unprecedented rise in respiratory viruses this season is stretching resources at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, where wait times in the emergency room...

Five Questions With: Dr. Jose Bernardo Quintos

At the beginning of 2023, Dr. Jose Bernardo Quintos will add to his responsibilities as division chief of pediatric endocrinology and diabetes at Hasbro...
RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT on Monday released a new report highlighting the mental health crisis among children and calls on the state to take action.

R.I. KIDS COUNT calls on state to address mental health crisis...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island KIDS COUNT on Monday released a new report that calls on the state to immediately address the mental health crisis...
BABY STEPS: Maey Petrie, left, director of programs and business developent at New England Medical Innovation Center, and Robert Cooper, SmölTap CEO, with the product designed to hold infants still while undergoing a spinal tap. It will launch this fall. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Pediatrics pain point may be soothed by design solution

When Dr. Ravi D’Cruz asked his former mentor Dr. Brian Alverson if he could think of any problems in health care that could be...
HASBRO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL'S annual Heroes Ball held Aug. 27 raised a record $1.3 million. Pictured from left are Dr. Francois I. Luks, Hasbro Hospital’s pediatric surgeon-in-chief; Lifespan Corp. Vice President of Pediatric Services Tracey L. Wallace; Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital President Dr. Saul N. Weingart; and Dr. Phyllis Dennery, Hasbro Hospital’s pediatrician-in-chief and medical director. / COURTESY HASBRO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

Hasbro Hospital’s Heroes Ball raises record $1.3M

PROVIDENCE – Hasbro Children’s Hospital’s signature fundraising event on Aug. 27 saw the Lifespan Corp.-owned entity receive a record amount of donations. The hospital announced...

University Orthopedics opens registration for Mark Palumbo 5K

EAST PROVIDENCE – Registration is now open for the third annual Mark Palumbo University Orthopedics 5K in the fall. The popular event, open to runners...

Quintos named to leadership position on American Board of Pediatrics

PROVIDENCE – A leading Hasbro Children’s Hospital endocrinologist has been named to a national position in his field. Dr. Jose Bernardo Quintos, division chief of...

Hasbro Children’s Hospital honors 2021 Brite Lite winners

PROVIDENCE – Hasbro Children’s Hospital 2021 Brite Lite winners were recognized this month for their work serving young patients. Nominated by patients and their families,...

Spirit Halloween’s ‘Spirit of Children’ campaign nets Hasbro Children’s Hospital $166K

PROVIDENCE – Spirit Halloween’s “Spirit of Children” fundraising campaign raised $166,175 for Hasbro Children’s Hospital to help benefit the hospital’s Child Life program, as...
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