The exhibit will travel for a period of two years throughout the country, typically featured in communities served by a children’s hospital.
By sharing their stories, the high school students will recognize the power of their ideas and commit to them to create positive change,
State Sen. John A. DeFrancisco speaks with Upstate President Danielle Laraque-Arena, MD, FAAP, at a reception Feb. 9 for the opening of the Upstate Cord Blood Bank
. DeFrancisco played a key role in securing the $15 million funding for the building, enabling Syracuse to have one of only two public cord blood banks in New York and one of only 32 in the United States.