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Center for Cell And Gene Therapy


The Center for Cell and Gene Therapy was established by Baylor College of Medicine, The Methodist Hospital, and Texas Children’s Hospital, and provides an infrastructure to rapidly translate novel cell and gene therapy protocols from the laboratory to the clinic. This website contains information about all components of the program. Health care providers and patients may be particularly interested in the descriptions of current protocols.

 

The Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center


The Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center is a consortium of BCM and our hospital partners, Texas Children's Hospital, St. Lukes Episcopal Health System, Ben Taub General Hospital and the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The goal of the Center is to provide a structure within this consortium for integrated multidisciplinary patient care, collaborative basic, translational and clinical research, and community education and outreach in order to reduce cancer incidence and mortality.

 

Cancer Pain Management in Children


Cancer Pain Management in Children is a Texas Children's Cancer Center & Hematology Service website resource, focused on pain management, for health professionals who care for children with cancer. Parents should not use this as a substitute for medical evaluation, advice, and/or treatment.. We encourage the parent to consult appropriate health care professionals when interpreting the material offered on this website.

 

End-of-Life Care for Children


End-of-Life Care for Children is a Texas Children's Cancer Center website that provides overviews of the essential components for providing quality care, new interventions for support and comfort, and methods of care delivery that consider a family-centered approach to care at the end of a child's life. However, parents should not use this as a substitute for medical evaluation, advice, and/or treatment.. We encourage the parent to consult appropriate health care professionals when interpreting the material offered on this website.

 

Long Term Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment


Long Term Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment is a Texas Children's Cancer Center and Hematology Service website that provides overviews of the essential components of physical concerns, psychosocial care, and issues of the future that a survivor, his/her family and health care provider would want to consider. In addition, this site provides an overview of the changes that can occur in the major body systems, risks of second malignancy, the importance of healthy lifestyle behaviors, emotional responses related to survivorship, concerns about body image and relationships with others. Concerns about employment, military service opportunities, insurance, education, legal and genetic issues and fertility concerns also are included. The library contains useful resources for cancer survivors and health care professionals.

 

Perspectives on Childhood Cancer

Texas Children's Cancer Center’s eJournal, Perspectives on Childhood Cancer, is an online publication designed to provide doctors with the latest information about research and treatment of pediatric cancer.
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Oprima aquí para leer el nuevo diario del Centro de Cáncer de Texas Children's, Perspectivas Sobre el Cáncer Infantil

 

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