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CHOP Establishes the Susan S. and Stephen P. Kelly Center for Cancer Immunotherapy
Mar 28, 2022
The Susan S. and Stephen P. Kelly Center for Cancer Immunotherapy is a first-of-its-kind hub for pediatric Cancer Immunotherapy.
CHOP to Host ‘Personalizing Pediatric Cancer Care’ Summit
Jan 28, 2022
World-class experts will gather at CHOP summit to present on scientific advances in pediatric cancer care in the diagnostics and therapeutic space.
Improving Outcomes in Pediatric Oncology: Q&A With Garrett Brodeur, MD
Jan 3, 2022
Congratulations to Garrett Brodeur, MD, recipient of the American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Distinguished Career Award.
In The News: Safest Cars; Welcome, Dr. Theodore Laetsch; Black Adolescent Males; Genetic Epilepsies; Aicardi-Goutières Syndrome
Sep 11, 2020
This week’s roundup features research exploring the value of well care as voiced by Black adolescent males and their parents. This and more In The News.
In The News: Allergies, Delivery Modes, and Feeding Methods; Genomic Profiling; Tagging CAR T Cells; ‘and the Award Goes to …’
Nov 15, 2019
This week “In The News,” our scientists and their groundbreaking research appear in Newsweek, Cell Reports, and Molecular Therapy.
Stephen P. Hunger, MD, Receives Prestigious George R. Buchanan Lectureship Award
Jun 27, 2018
In a Q&A, Division of Oncology Chief Stephen P. Hunger, MD, shares what inspires him to conduct research on leukemia.
Study Gives New Insights Into Genetic Predisposition to Neuroblastoma
Dec 3, 2015
Pediatric oncology researchers have narrowed down a culprit in an aggressive form of the childhood cancer neuroblastoma that makes the disease progress once tumors form.
Researchers Examine Goal Pursuit in Teens with Cancer
Jul 3, 2014
Teens with cancer often experience fatigue, pain, and other symptoms that can interfere with these personal goals, which psychologists refer to as health-related hindrance (HRH).
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