Children's Hospital Colorado
Center for cancer and blood disorders
Center for cancer and blood disorders

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) Information for Healthcare Professionals

A bald boy wearing a black hooded sweatshirt smiles while a tube peeks out from under his shirt and goes into his nose.

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 & World Report and Parents magazine.

About our programs and services

Information for healthcare professionals about our disease-specific diagnostic, treatment and support services for patients facing a cancer or blood disorder diagnosis.

Referral information

Useful information to assist referring physicians in the evaluation and management of pediatric patients, including referral tools, services and phone numbers.

Research and clinical trials

Because many CCBD clinicians are also laboratory scientists, our active clinical trials and research program helps translate research discoveries into novel therapies.

Quality and patient safety

We’re committed to excellence in caring for kids. See an overview of quality and patient safety for our hospital and satellite clinics, along with bone marrow transplant survival rates at the CCBD.

Fellowships and educational opportunities

In partnership with the University of Colorado School of Medicine, our team also trains the next generation of specialists through several pediatric hematology/oncology fellowships.

(From left) Pediatric gastroenterologist Edward Hoffenberg, MD; genetic counselor Alexandra Suttman, MS, CGC; and pediatric oncologist Lindsey Hoffman, DO, talk genetics with a patient and her mom.

Prevention in the uncharted world of childhood polyposis

Intestinal polyps form during childhood for a variety of reasons, many of them not well understood. Our team is collaborating to find the answers.

Learn about our research