Children's Hospital Colorado
Jenna Demedis, MD
Jenna Demedis, MD

Jenna Demedis, MD

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  • Hematology/Oncology - Pediatric
  • Pediatrics

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Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

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The privilege of being a part of a patient’s and family’s lives at such a difficult time is something that I take very seriously. While my ultimate goal as an oncologist is to cure my patients of their cancers, I strongly believe in the importance of considering each child and family's whole experience through this difficult journey. It is our duty to work toward reducing harmful side effects both during and after treatment and I strive to consider these short and long term effects at every interaction.

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