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The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Hospital Colorado is consistently ranked one of the best pediatric cancer programs by U.S. News & World Report and Parent’s Magazine, and includes one of the world’s premier hemophilia and thrombosis programs.
From infancy through young adulthood, the team’s disease-specific diagnostic, treatment and support services exceed the comprehensive needs of patients, families and community providers facing a cancer or blood disorder diagnosis.
Ours is the only program in the region offering:
Physical and emotional needs of children, adolescents and young adults and their families are addressed through a family-centered care model. We also offer a Wellness Program (led by a dedicated PhD psychologist and multidisciplinary team) and provide outpatient therapy whenever possible.
To help advance the field, the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders oversees an active clinical trials and research program. Because many clinicians are also laboratory scientists, the team effectively translates research discoveries into novel therapies. In partnership with the University of Colorado School of Medicine, the team also trains the next generation of specialists through several pediatric hematology/oncology fellowships.
Partnering with referring providers throughout the region is a priority – from diagnosis through survivorship. This is accomplished through regular communication, and in many cases, shared treatment.
Clinical team members regularly hold outreach clinics in cities throughout Colorado, Montana and Wyoming. Please call 720-777-9840 to make an appointment or to learn more about the schedule at each location.
Our outpatient clinic locations
Getting diagnosed with a rare brain tumor wasn't easy for 18-month-old Papi Martinez and his family. But his care team is better equipped than ever to treat him.