Pediatric Advances

NewYork-Presbyterian

Advances in Pediatric Oncology

Our pediatric oncology team provides advanced cancer care for children of all ages.

Fighting cancer takes a team, and our pediatric oncology team at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Komansky Children's Hospital is made up of internationally recognized specialists who collaborate to provide individualized care for each patient. We provide access to groundbreaking pediatric clinical trials and are the only institution in New York designated by the National Cancer Institute to conduct Phase I pediatric clinical trials — the earliest phase of studies for patients.

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Endocrinology, Oncology

The Shifting Landscape of Pediatric Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma: Forging a Connection Between Age and Invasive Disease

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Neurology, Oncology

Q&A: Dr. Mark Souweidane on Innovating Treatments for Devastating Pediatric Brain Tumors

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Oncology

First Whole-Genome Sequencing Study of Hodgkin Lymphoma Could Lead to Novel Therapeutics

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Oncology

A Concerted Approach to Targeted Care for Pediatric Cancers

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Oncology

Developmental Therapeutics: Providing Hope for Children with Refractory Cancer

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Oncology

Addressing Reproductive Implications for Childhood Cancer Survivors

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Oncology

Closing the Care Gap: Adolescents and Young Adults with Lymphoma

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Oncology

EBV-Associated Lymphomas: New Treatment Approach Could Benefit Children Here and Abroad

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Oncology

Pediatric CML: Confirming Growth Consequences Associated with Nilotinib Treatment

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Oncology

COVID-19: Pediatric Oncologists Address Challenging Issues

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Oncology

Compelling Research in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

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Hematology & Oncology

Uncovering The Immunological Basis of Cytopenias In Childhood

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Oncology

Adolescent and Young Adult Lymphoma Program

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Oncology

CAR T-Cell Therapy: A Reason to Hope in Hematological Malignancy