Hematology & Oncology

Hematology & Oncology Overview
Hematology & Oncology | Cleveland Clinic Children's

Nationally Ranked In Pediatric Hematologic and Oncology Care

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 is consistently ranked as one of the top programs by U.S. News & World Report's 2019-20 edition of "Best Children’s Hospitals."

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Hematology & Oncology Programs

Hematology & Oncology Programs

Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Program

The AYA Cancer Program cares for patients through the age of 25.

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Blood & Marrow Transplant Program

Cleveland Clinic BMT physicians have performed more than 5,000 blood and marrow transplant procedures since the program began in 1977.

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Brain & Central Nervous System Tumor Program

The staff of the Pediatric Brain & Central Nervous System Tumor Program provides comprehensive, compassionate diagnosis and care for children and young adults with brain and central nervous system tumors.

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Hematology Program

The Hematology team provides inpatient and outpatient services for children and adolescents with all hematologic disorders that are not malignant.

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Program

Our pediatric leukemia & lymphoma team works closely together to provide a prompt, expert evaluation and initiation of therapy unique to your child’s condition.

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Solid Tumor Program

Cleveland Clinic Children's Solid Tumor team is a well-coordinated, family-centered group of care providers who see children, adolescents, and young adults with rare and common varieties of cancer that occur in young people.

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Specialty Clinics

Specialty Clinics

Bone Marrow Failure Clinic

Our team of experts at Cleveland Clinic Children’s diagnoses the conditions that can cause bone marrow failure in addition to care for children, teens, and young adults with these conditions.

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High-Five Cancer Survivor’s Clinic

The High-Five Clinic team counsels childhood cancer patients who are in the process of undergoing cancer therapy.

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Rare Cancer & Cancer Predisposition Clinic

Our program offers the latest therapies and access to pediatric experts with extensive experience treating children and young adults with rare solid tumors.

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Resources

Resources

We offer a number of different resources for patients and their families dealing with cancer and blood disorders.

Patient Stories

Patient Stories

Teen with thyroid cancer gives inspiring graduation speech.

Teen Battling Thyroid Cancer Delivers Inspiring Graduation Speech

Jun 3, 2019

"I stand here today not only to tell my story, but to give thanks to everyone who has supported me, watched my journey, and given me the tools that allowed me to survive."
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Valerie hopes Grace’s story will help raise awareness for childhood cancers.

Toddler Beats Cancer Twice, Celebrates First Birthday at Home

Dec 6, 2018

“And they never left without asking if there is anything they could do for us. Little things like that make a huge difference when you’re stuck living in a hospital.”
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Coming to America for Cancer Care | Cleveland Clinic Patient Stories

Coming to America for Cancer Care

Sep 21, 2017

“Dr. Hanna tried to keep it simple and not worry me,” says Karim. “He admitted me to the hospital right away and started chemotherapy.”
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