Category Archives: Cancer and Hematology

Notes From The Field: Tracking An Invisible Killer Of Children

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a serious blood disorder that is passed down through families. When children inherit SCD from their parents who have sickle cell trait, the red blood … Full Entry »

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So, What Do You Do?

Whether it be at a dinner party, on an airplane, or at one of my daughters’ interminable swim meets, most conversations with new acquaintances eventually hit upon one question: “So, … Full Entry »

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Childhood Cancer Patients’ Artwork Made Into Short Animated Film

The Aurora Picture Show, a non-profit micro-cinema, recently visited young patients in our Cancer Center to create some great films out of kids’ artwork, including this one:   Over a … Full Entry »

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Veteran CBS Journalist Bob Schieffer Highlights His Recent Visit To Texas Children’s Hospital Cancer Center

Last week, we had a very special visitor at Texas Children’s Cancer Center: legendary journalist and Texas native Bob Schieffer. During his visit, Mr. Schieffer toured the Cancer Center and … Full Entry »

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Arts In Medicine Program

  The Arts in Medicine (AIM) program is pleased to have this new video to share. Although the AIM program has been around for nearly 14 years, it is constantly … Full Entry »

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