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Pediatric Oncology Fund

Oncology Doctor with Little Girl 288pxThe pediatric hematology and oncology program at Brenner Children’s Hospital is the region’s leading center for the treatment of cancer and blood disorders in children.

Our board-certified experts diagnose, treat and heal children of all ages, from newborns to young adults.

Using the latest in technology and medical advancements, we treat a broad range of cancers and blood disorders, including anemia, bone and soft tissue cancer, clotting disorders, leukemia, lymphoma and Sickle Cell anemia.

Donate now to the Pediatric Oncology Fund.

Outrageous Courageous Kids provides support to Pediatric Oncology Patients and their families during treatment and follow-up periods through counseling services, informational programs, networking opportunities, assistance with school issues, social events and various other activities. 

Counseling Services (provided through private donations by groups and individuals): 

  • Counseling for coping with diagnosis, post-treatment, and other related concerns 
  • Individual, marital, and family counseling is available for patients and their family members, both during and following treatment
  • Parenting consultations for behavior problems and school issues  

Brenner Children's Hospital is a founding member of the Children's Oncology Group (COG), the largest multi-center pediatric oncology collaborative group in the world. Learn more about the Children's Oncology Group.