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The Children's Cancer Hospital Newsletter is an educational resource for physicians interested in the treatment, research and prevention of pediatric cancers, produced quarterly from the Division of Pediatrics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.


Cover Story:

Pediatric Patient Benefits From Proton Therapy

A proton therapy and chemotherapy combination was just the right choice to treat 3-year-old Jake C.'s soft tissue cancer. More

Features

Proton Therapy Doctors

Meet two of the doctors working with pediatric proton therapy. More

Q&A: Proton Therapy for Pediatric Patients

Anita Mahajan, M.D., answers questions about pediatric proton therapy. More

 

It's More Than Skin Deep

It may surprise you, but children develop melanoma, too. More

Briefings

New MD Anderson Logo

MD Anderson introduces a new logo, which integrates its mission to eliminate cancer into the institution's name. More

MD Anderson Zeroes in On Better Way to Predict Prognosis in Pediatric Leukemia Patients

A new study shows a way to more accurately predict treatment outcomes in young leukemia patients. More

Surgical Procedure Offers New Option for Pediatric Patients With Rare Cancer in Abdomen

An adult surgery translated for use in pediatric patients increases the survival rate of children with rare abdominal tumors. More

Clinical Trial for Relapsed or Refractory Neuroblastoma

A new clinical trial for children with relapsed or refractory neuroblastoma opens. More

Faculty and Staff Accolades

Children's Cancer Hospital faculty and staff receive awards and recognition. More

Camp Star Trails

Summer fun for children with cancer. More