Cancer has caused us to focus on all the things we have to be thankful for and to actively seek them out.
Vickie Gibson Poe
Your child’s care will be customized by a team of experts, including medical, surgical and radiation oncologists and specialized pathologists. A specially trained and focused support staff includes nurses, physician assistants, therapists and many others. They all collaborate and communicate frequently about your child’s case. This translates into comprehensive, focused care for children and teens with liver cancer.
Our physicians have at their fingertips the most modern techniques and technology to diagnose and treat pediatric liver cancer. And they use them with extraordinary skill.
Surgery for liver cancer often is complex and challenging. Your best chance for a successful outcome is with a surgeon who has a deep level of experience and skill in these highly specialized procedures.
Our pediatric surgeons use the latest methods to perform a large number of delicate liver cancer surgeries each year, with higher chance for successful treatment than many other cancer centers.
Children’s Cancer Hospital offers clinical trials for innovative new treatments for pediatric liver cancer. Behind the scenes, we are working on groundbreaking basic science research to change the future of pediatric cancer.
Treating the whole child
Children’s Cancer Hospital is focused on children, with a full range of services and amenities that help make the child and family’s experience as comfortable as possible. We go beyond medical care to deliver a comprehensive experience that treats the whole child.
And at Children’s Cancer Hospital, you’re surrounded by the strength of one of the nation’s top cancer centers.
If your child has been diagnosed with liver cancer, we’re here to help. Call 877-632-6789 to make an appointment or request an appointment online.
Understanding a disease is the first step toward finding the right care. Get the facts about childhood liver cancer, including the different types, how it starts and who’s at risk.
MD Anderson Health Tip
Take notes when you meet with your doctor. This will help you feel more at peace with your decisions.