Pediatric cancers although common are highly treatable. Radiation therapy can be used safely and effectively to treat a variety of cancers that affect children.
Leukemia (cancer of the bone marrow) affects children differently from adults; many types are more treatable in pediatric patients than adults.
Survival rates for children with cancer have risen dramatically, a result of major advances in cancer treatments, including pediatric cancer surgery.
Immune therapy uses the body’s own immune system to attack cancer cells. Pediatric cancer immunotherapy has become an important treatment for many childhood cancers.
A rare type of cancer that starts in cells that develop into skeletal muscle.
More than 80 percent of children diagnosed with cancer are cured, and chemotherapy is an effective treatment for childhood cancer.
A rare cancer of the blood cells in which the bone marrow makes too many lymphoblasts, a type of immature white blood cell. first
Neuroblastoma is a rare type of childhood cancer that begins in developing nerve cells.
Diagnosing leukemia in its earliest stages can improve a patient’s prognosis. Learn how this condition is diagnosed.
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