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From searching for a cure for type 1 diabetes to seeing how cattle can be used to treat human diseases, discover how diverse our projects are and the integral part they play in the overall care of our patients at Sanford.
Changing the Landscape of Science and Health Care
From searching for a cure for type 1 diabetes to seeing how cattle can be used to treat human diseases, discover how diverse our projects are and the integral part they play in the overall care of our patients at Sanford.
 

Children's Health Research

The Sanford Children’s Health Research Center is leading the way in translational pediatric research, including cancer and rare diseases.

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The Sanford Project

The Sanford Project is focused on restoring a patients’ own pancreatic insulin production by reviving their insulin-producing pancreatic islet beta cells.

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Clinical Research at Sanford

Sanford Health offers a robust clinical research platform where bench and translational research can be combined seamlessly with medical care delivery.

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  • Kruer Recognized by Doris Duke Foundation

    Physician-scientist receives grant totaling more than $500,000 to research pediatric movement disorders.

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  • Sanford Project Publishes Results

    The outcome of the Sanford Project’s two-year clinical study, REPAIR-T1D, appears in a national journal.

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  • Breast Cancer Study Published in JAMA

    Three-dimensional mammography finds significantly more invasive cancers, according to a study from Edith Sanford.

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