Pediatric Cancer

Latest in Pediatric Cancer

Oligosaccharide in Milk Halts Chemo-induced Mucositis

A type of sugar present in human milk can prevent chemotherapy-induced mucositis in animal models.

Why do Some Pediatric Low-grade Gliomas Spread?

The largest study of disseminated low-grade gliomas in children aims to pinpoint drivers of metastasis.

Novel Target for Rhabdomyosarcoma Found

Study provides mechanistic insight into the function of a critical oncogene in an aggressive pediatric tumor.

Diagnosis in Pediatric Thyroid Cancer Shows Evidence of Disparities

Black and Hispanic patients present with larger tumors, more distant disease than white patients.

Pediatric Thyroid Cancer Specialists Seek Updated Guidelines

Experts in pediatric thyroid cancer discuss the most significant advances on the horizon.

Subspecialists Optimize Outcomes in Skull Base Tumor Surgery

In a rare combination of talents, two pediatric subspecialists bring their skills together for operations.

Minimally Invasive Treatment for Wilms Tumor Brings Several Benefits

A new study explores advances in neoadjuvant chemotherapy and minimally invasive surgery.

Personalized Therapy for Retinoblastoma Reduces Chemo Risks

New techniques are eradicating tumors and preserving vision for pediatric patients with retinoblastoma.

Molecular Testing Predicts Malignancy of Pediatric Thyroid Nodules

Sequencing study of archived tissue from 95 patients examines the genetic drivers of pediatric thyroid cancer.