Young Adult Cancer Conditions
Cincinnati Children’s is one of the nation’s largest centers for innovative cancer therapies, anticancer drug research and bone marrow transplantation. Our Young Adult Cancer Center partners with programs within our nationally-ranked Cancer Division to serve young adults (ages 15-39) who have a pediatric cancer.
Brain Tumor Center
The Brain Tumor Center is a world-renowned destination for children and young adults with rare and treatment-resistant (refractory) brain tumors. Each year, the team sees hundreds of new patients, many international, for clinical trials and other treatment plans available only at Cincinnati Children’s.
Leukemia and Lymphoma Program
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Program is one of the nation’s largest and most technically advanced referral centers for patients with leukemia, lymphoma and related disorders. We lead in the development of new therapies for patients with high-risk and relapsed blood cancers, including next-generation precision medicine with new targeted drugs, cellular and immunotherapies and novel bone marrow transplant approaches.
The Sarcoma Program is a national leader in providing advanced therapies for children and young adults with tumors of the bone and soft tissues. Some of our patients have newly diagnosed sarcomas, while others come to Cincinnati Children’s seeking novel therapies for recurrent, rare or treatment-resistant sarcomas.