Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

Welcome to the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

Hereditary Cancer and Genetic Counseling
(303) 724-2350

Oncology Programs
(720) 777-6688

Bone Marrow Transplant
(720) 777-6892

Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center
(303) 724-0724

Solid Tumor Program
(720) 777-6030

(720) 777-6672

Leukemia and Lymphoma Program
(720) 777-8676

Helping Oncology Patients Excel (H.O.P.E.)
(720) 777-5441

(720) 777-6772

Experimental Therapeutics
(720) 777-6772

Wellness/Psychosocial Support Program
(720) 777-6688

Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders



The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) at Children's Hospital Colorado has one of the best pediatric hematology, oncology and bone marrow transplant programs in the country.

Our center is consistently ranked among the best in the nation by both U.S. News and World Report and Parents magazine.


Cancer Treatment for Kids and Support for Their Families

Information about our disease-specific diagnostic, treatment and support services for children and young adults facing cancer or a blood disorder.


Oncology Program for Pediatric Cancer

The goal of treatment at the CCBD is to cure patients by eliminating the cancer, allowing kids to lead a long and full life. Fortunately, about 80-85% of all children and adolescents who develop cancer will be cured, and these rates continue to increase.


Hematology Program for Blood Disorders

Our Hematology Program is internationally recognized for expertise in hemophilia, bleeding and clotting disorders, hematological diseases and immuno-hematological diseases.


Cancer Research and Clinical Trials

Our research program helps doctors find new and improved treatments, all while working toward a future without cancer.


Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of cancers, tumors and blood diseases – from the most common to the very rare.

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