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Through scientific discovery, innovation and multidisciplinary collaboration, researchers at Cincinnati Children’s are pursuing new clues about the causes of blood diseases, cancer and immune deficiency disorders and developing more effective targeted therapies.
We have been a leader in basic science and clinical research for decades. In 2009, we established the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute to formally align our strong clinical care and research programs, enhancing collaborations and speeding the transfer of knowledge from the laboratory to patient care. Beyond the institute, our faculty members partner with researchers and clinicians in other research and clinical divisions, including developmental biology, immunology and radiology.
Researchers in the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are at the forefront of advancements in understanding and treating cancer.
At the Proton Therapy Center -- which will provide a new kind of focused radiation treatment that minimizes damage to areas surrounding tumors -- one of the treatment bays will be dedicated exclusively to research and development.
Learn more about our world-class research by visiting our research center web pages.
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