Katie has been cancer free for 5 years after taking part in a national research study for high-risk neuroblastoma led by Dr. Julie Park.
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.
Meet one of the first patients in a study that aims to make immunotherapy the biggest cancer treatment breakthrough of our time.
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Clinical studies are the link between discoveries in the lab and the reality of being able to offer better options to patients.
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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