At Cleveland Clinic Children's, we provide innovative cancer and blood disorder care for children, including adolescents and young adults. Our cancer physicians are all board-certified in the subspecialty of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, and our Nurse Practitioners also have subspecialty certification.
Many of our pediatric cancer treatment protocols are developed through the Children's Oncology Group (COG), an international collaborative group dedicated to curing and preventing childhood and adolescent cancer.
Cleveland Clinic Children's Hematology & Oncology program was nationally ranked in U.S. News & World Report's 2016-17 edition of "Best Children’s Hospitals."
We provide innovative cancer and blood disorder care for children, including adolescents and young adults.
The AYA Cancer Program cares for patients through the age of 25.
Cleveland Clinic BMT physicians have performed more than 3,600 bone marrow transplant procedures since the program began in 1975.
The cure rate for childhood cancer has improved greatly in the last two decades largely because of treatment in national clinical trials.
Cancer in adolescents and young adults is almost three times more common than cancer in children younger than 15.
How can you know what questions to ask in selecting the team to care for your child, teen, or young adult? Here are some commonly asked questions.