Through the Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Program, we care for children from infancy through 21 years of age or older when appropriate. At our survivorship clinic, we help survivors of childhood cancers manage long-term effects. We treat all types of childhood cancers and blood conditions, including:
- Blood disorders, including sickle cell anemia and other types of anemia
- Brain tumors
- Blood cancers, including leukemia and lymphoma
- Late effects (long-term side effects) of earlier childhood cancer and its treatment
- Pre-cancerous conditions
Our cancer patients have access to emerging treatment and therapies through clinical trials offered by the Children's Oncology Group. This is the world's largest organization devoted exclusively to childhood cancer research.
Treatment offered through clinical trials increasingly includes targeted therapies tailored to the genetic make-up of tumors.
Learn more about our brain and spinal cord tumor program
Learn more about our support services for patients and families
Meet our cancer team
Follow-up care and survivorship
We offer continued health support and individualized care for your child after treatment. We also see adult survivors of childhood cancers, who may struggle with long-term treatment side effects or need ongoing monitoring. Learn more about survivorship.