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Surgical Oncology Resources for Healthcare Professionals

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At Children's Hospital Colorado, we're committed to helping healthcare professionals access the latest advances in pediatric medicine. Get updates in surgical oncology to improve your practice and patient outcomes and learn about the innovations that are happening in our Surgical Oncology Program.

Research articles and summaries

 

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Research article

Rare diseases and cancers are often difficult to study because there are not enough cases. Learn about studies conducted on pediatric RCC.

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Professional resources

Charting Pediatrics is a weekly podcast for pediatric healthcare providers. In this series, specialists from Children’s Colorado examine the latest treatments for the most common complaints in pediatric medicine. Listen and subscribe on Spotify, iTunes, Google Podcasts and Google Play.

Treatment of pediatric urologic cancer

In this episode, Nicholas Cost, MD, discusses the diagnosis and management of pediatric urologic cancer in children and adolescents, including initial presentations and ongoing and follow-up management for primary care providers.

Dr. Cost is a pediatric urologist at Children’s Colorado and Associate Professor of Pediatrics of Surgery and Urology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Referring patients to our Pediatric Surgical Oncology Program

Nicholas Cost, MD, talks about the advantages of referring pediatric patients with cancer to our Surgical Oncology Program. Dr. Cost, one of few pediatric urologists who is also fellowship-trained in urologic oncology, is joined by orthopedic oncologist Nathan Donaldson, DO and surgical oncologists Jennifer Bruny, MD, and Jonathan Roach, MD, who has completed a solid organ transplant fellowship, giving him additional training in hepatobiliary surgery. This exceptional multidisciplinary team of providers also discusses the advantages of being able to deliver complete surgical oncology care all under one roof.

Watch the video to learn how we use minimally invasive technology, strategic organ- and limb-sparing surgeries and clinical research to provide the most comprehensive cancer care for children in the region.

Children's Colorado in the news

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Young Survivor Has Powerful Message On World Cancer Day

February 4, 2020

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