Category Archives: Cancer and Hematology

Our reason to celebrate

Ten years ago this summer, just before our son Michael began his sophomore year of high school, he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. It took months of seeing various specialists … Full Entry »

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All kids with cancer deserve a fighting chance

This blog was co-authored by Giovanni Caforio, M.D. and David G.Poplack, M.D. The numbers are compelling. The lives lost are absolutely heartbreaking. In Africa, more than 100,000 children will develop … Full Entry »

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From anger to determination

Tragedies have a way of impacting our lives more so than delightful and happy moments; they shape our futures to an extent that we sometimes don’t realize. We wouldn’t be … Full Entry »

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Texas Children’s physicians promote global childhood cancer education

This blog is co-authored by Dr. Jeremy Slone and Dr. Mark Zobeck. Each year in the United States, almost 16,000 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer and around 2,000 … Full Entry »

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Top 5 pediatric health blogs of 2016

Happy New Year! To mark the end of the year, we’re sharing our five most popular blog posts from 2016. We’re always proud to share new information from our experts, … Full Entry »

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