Lurie Children’s scientists publish articles in peer-reviewed journals. Peer-review is a process in which experts judge the merits of work before publication. We are proud of these publications because they allow us to fulfill a key mission of scholarship by sharing our findings with the larger community: parents, patients, our research colleagues and others. Research publications are important to the process of discovery, enhancing our ability to find new therapies, devices, cures and prevention programs that reduce the burden of disease for children and their families.
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