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Most-Shared Findings From June 2020 Impact Sickle Cell, Pregnancy, and More

While research related to COVID-19 dominated science news, investigators at Cincinnati Children’s continued publishing significant findings on a wide range of diseases and conditions.

These are the most-shared discoveries of the past month, according to data from Altmetrics. Click on the badges to see full details.

Hydroxyurea Dose Escalation for Sickle Cell Anemia in Sub-Saharan Africa

Published in The New England Journal of Medicine

Cincinnati Children’s senior author: Russell Ware, MD, PhD

Short-term Outcomes After Very Low-Dose Intravitreous Bevacizumab for Retinopathy of Prematurity

Published in JAMA Ophthalmology

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Michael Yang, MD

Type I interferon sensing unlocks dormant adipocyte inflammatory potential

Published in Nature Communications

Cincinnati Children’s corresponding author: Senad Divanovic, PhD

Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati co-authors: Calvin Chan, Michelle Damen, Maria Moreno-Fernandez, Traci Stankiewicz, Monica Cappelletti, Pablo C. Alarcon, Jarren R. Oates, Jessica R. Doll, Rajib Mukherjee, Xiaoting Chen, Rebekah Karns, Matthew Weirauch, Michael Helmrath