For the first time in her life, Erin was healthy enough to go trick-or-treating. Her costume of choice – an old woman – held special meaning.
Meet one of the first patients in a study that aims to make immunotherapy the biggest cancer treatment breakthrough of our time.
Getting rid of cancer while protecting a child’s brain is the goal of BLZ-100 Tumor Paint. Hunter’s brain surgery was a step toward that goal.
Delivering medicine to the eye via an artery treats tumors and limits side effects. We’re the only area hospital to offer kids this therapy.
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Our researchers are developing new cancer immunotherapies that could help patients achieve long-term remission.
Researchers hope our newest T-cell therapy for ALL – which attacks 2 targets at once – will cut the relapse rate by almost half.
Our researchers are helping more kids beat one of the deadliest pediatric cancers, giving new hope to patients nationwide.
A new clinical trial for kids with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) aims to increase cure rates while limiting heart damage from treatment.
A national clinical trial will test if BLZ-100 Tumor Paint helps surgeons see cancer vs. normal tissue. The goal? Less risky brain surgery.
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