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At Cincinnati Children’s, we make science count for kids.
Every day, more than 1,000 doctors, nurses, scientists, researchers and staff in our Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute work as focused teams to provide the most innovative care for the most difficult cancer cases in the world.
“We have highly recognized faculty with outstanding international reputations, but the key ingredient is team science,” says John Perentesis, MD, FAAP, director of oncology and cancer programs and co-director of the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute. “Each of our clinical teams is embedded with basic science researchers. This close collaboration allows advances from the laboratory to reach children as quickly as possible.”
Cincinnati Children’s launched the first personalized medicine center to use genomic science to design precise, individual treatments for children and young adults with cancer. We are developing designer drugs that hit cancer cells while sparing normal cells. We are transforming how children receive radiation therapy. And so much more.
“We have the largest array of new anti-cancer treatments for children of any medical center in the country. As a result, children with very complex cases are referred here from all around the world,” Perentesis says. “We are proud that our cancer program was rated No. 2 in the nation for childhood cancer care by U.S. News & World Report.”
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