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Spring 2013: Learn about the newly renovated and expanded Children's Cancer Hospital, the journey of an orphan drug, research progress for AML patients and the new Pediatric Brain Tumor Program.

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New space, new services

The newly renovated Children's Cancer Hospital is ready to offer its expanded facilities and services to children, adolescents and young adults with cancer and their families.


Treasure hunt, teddy bears and more

Young patients come to the MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital for specialized cancer treatment, but while they are here, they have lots of fun diversions, too.

Limiting the growth of AML cells

MD Anderson researchers have found a way to boost the body's ability to kill acute myelogenous leukemia.


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A unique place for pediatric cancer care

The Children's Cancer Hospital is a special place where young patients receive the latest in treatment options, personalized cancer therapy and opportunities to participate in clinical trials.

The journey of an orphan drug

Eugenie Kleinerman, M.D., has been working since 1982 to bring a medication named MEPACT to patients with resectable non-metastatic osteosarcoma.

It's all in the head

The new Pediatric Brain Tumor Program brings together the strengths of the Children's Cancer Hospital and Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital to treat brain and spinal cancer in children and young adults.


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