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Cincinnati Children’s offers a wide variety of services, programs and centers for children and young adults with various forms of cancer, including:
The Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Center is a unique inpatient and outpatient center, including peer support and educational services. Read more.
Our Advanced Cancer Therapies Center features highly trained oncologists subspecializing in specific childhood cancers to treat patients with high risk and relapsed disease using the most advanced therapies available. Read more.
At the Brain and Spinal Tumor Program, children receive comprehensive, coordinated care from a highly experienced multidisciplinary team. Read more.
The Cincinnati Children's Cancer Survivor Center provides specialized medical care and psychosocial support to childhood cancer survivors through adulthood. Read more
Our Hereditary Cancer Program provides cancer risk-assessment services for children and adults. Our experienced team can evaluate your family history and choose appropriate genetic testing options to determine your child’s risk for familial and hereditary cancers. Read more
The Hemangioma and Vascular Malformation Program at Cincinnati Children’s is one of the largest multidisciplinary centers in the country for vascular anomalies. We follow over 5,000 patients and see about 600 new patients each year. Read more.
Specialists from the Kidney Tumor Program take a team approach to benefit patients by fostering early detection, an accurate diagnosis and appropriate, coordinated treatment. Read more.
We are one of the nation’s largest and most technically advanced referral centers for patients with leukemia and lymphoma and related disorders. Read more.
Our physicians and researchers are at the forefront of providing innovative surgical and medical therapies. Read more.
Our Musculoskeletal Tumor Center provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for children and young adults with tumors of the bone, soft tissue and spine. Read more.
Our Neuroblastoma Advanced Therapies Center offers patients and families the full spectrum of medical, surgical and diagnostic care. Read more.
Our Neurofibromatosis Program is led by geneticists who work closely with oncologists and other specialists at Cincinnati Children’s to provide expert diagnosis and treatment. Read more.
Our Proton Therapy Center will provide a new kind of focused radiation treatment that minimizes damage to areas surrounding tumors. Read more.
Our Retinoblastoma Program is a national leader in providing sophisticated, multidisciplinary care. Read more.
Learn more about the team members who comprise the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute, including the Division of Oncology and the Division of Experimental Hematology & Cancer Biology.
We provide patients and families with a variety of resources, including information on your visit, support services and summer camp information.
We provide healthcare professionals with information about case studies, clinical trials and fellowship opportunities.
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