November 13, 2018
When cancer therapy is over, patients should obtain a copy of their treatment summary and schedule an appointment with a survivorship clinic.
November 8, 2018
The National Cancer Institute announced funding totaling $4 million for new adult and pediatric brain cancer research projects. Project HOPE (High-Grade Glioma-Omics in Pediatric and AYA) will use single-cell sequencing approaches designed to capture critical information on tumor cell types and the tumor microenvironment that are missed by traditional sequencing techniques.
November 6, 2018
Over the summer, 2-year-old Björn Roth was diagnosed with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He is currently at Seattle Children’s Hospital for a chimeric antigen receptor study (CAR-T trial).
October 31, 2018
Seattle Children’s is working on immunotherapy for solid tumors like 8-year-old Mason's so that he and other kids can avoid harmful medicines and procedures. The STRIvE-01 trial is currently recruiting children with solid tumor cancers that either couldn’t be cured or reoccurred.