Children's Hospital Colorado
Christopher Ng, MD
Christopher Ng, MD

Christopher Ng, MD

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  • Hematology/Oncology - Pediatric
  • Pediatrics

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My care philosophy

I work with patients and their families to incorporate their values into the medical decision making process. Diagnostic and therapeutic decisions are a shared decision making process that incorporates medical expertise with individual preferences. I enjoyed working with children and their boundless enthusiasm and happiness. I try to best assess the concerns and important concepts to families and try to connect with families on a personal level.

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