Seattle Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center team is specially trained and highly experienced in treating babies, children, teens and young adults (up to age 30 for some cancers).
Our caring professionals specialize in blood disorders and cancer (hematology-oncology) and in meeting the unique needs of children. Your healthcare team includes experts from many specialties to care for your whole child, not just their disease. We support our patients and their families through all aspects of their journey – from keeping up with school during treatment to getting follow-up care as they become adults.
To have the best result, young people with cancer get care at a hospital – like Seattle Children’s – that is part of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG). Besides doctors, your child will get care from advanced practice providers (APPs). These are advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs) and physician assistants (PAs) with special training and education to diagnose and treat patients.
One or more of our acute care oncologists is in the hospital round-the-clock. No matter if it’s day or night or a holiday or weekend, your child can count on immediate care from a specialist in cancer and blood disorders. Few children’s hospitals have this level of service by subspecialty doctors.
See details on our services for adolescents and young adults who have cancer.
Learn more about our Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Program.
Read about how we care for children, teens and young adults with tumors of their bones or soft tissue.
Many other types of healthcare providers care for children, teens and young adults with brain and spinal cord tumors. See our Brain Tumor Program for the full team.
Learn more about our services for cancer survivors.
For more information about our services for children with these cancers, see our Leukemia and Lymphoma Program.
See our Neuroblastoma Program for the full team of healthcare providers who care for children, teens and young adults with cancer that starts in young nerve cells.
Radiation Therapy Service options at Seattle Children’s include I-131-MIGB and a precise type of radiation called proton therapy.
Read about surgery to treat tumors at Seattle Children’s.
Our doctors are nationally known for treating children who have blood disorders. The doctor who will guide your child’s care is board certified in hematology-oncology. Our advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs) are registered nurses with advanced training and education to diagnose, treat and teach patients with blood disorders.
See more about Seattle Children’s Bone Marrow Failure Program.
See our Non-Malignant Transplant Program for information about how we care for children with blood disorders who need stem cell transplants.
Visit our Sickle Cell Program for information about how we care for families affected by sickle cell.
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