Category Archives: International Cancer and Hematology

How a blueprint for treating HIV/AIDS is helping address childhood cancer in Africa

This blog was co-authored by Mark W. Kline, M.D. and John Damonti. Roughly 15,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed annually among American children. Eighty percent of these children ultimately are … 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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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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Celebrating Pediatric Cancer Superheroes in Botswana

Around 160,000 children are estimated to be diagnosed with cancer annually throughout the world. In the U.S., 80 percent of children with cancer will survive! However, most of the world’s … Full Entry »

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How Texas Children’s is Helping Children Around The World

The International Center at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers (TXCH), formed in 2008, is dedicated to excellence in the care and treatment of pediatric blood disorders and cancer worldwide, cutting-edge research and world-class training and education.

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