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Sebastian was only 11 years old when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor, hydrocephalus and a teratoma.
What is sickle cell disease? Dr. Athena Pefkarou discusses in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Athena Pefkarou discusses the approaches to treating sickle cell disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Athena Pefkarou discusses the four types of sickle cell disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Kamar Godder discusses the options for bone marrow transplant in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
When is bone marrow transplantation recommended? Dr. Kamar Godder explains in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Kamar Godder discusses bone marrow transplant for sickle cell disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
How are stem cells used for bone marrow transplantation? Dr. Kamar Godder answers in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Join us as Dr. Athena Pefkarou, Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist from the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Cancer & Blood Disorders Center, discusses the future of patients with Sickle Cell Disease.
Join us as Dr. Jorge Galvez Silva, Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist from the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Cancer & Blood Disorders Center, discusses blood and marrow transplant and therapies
Join us as Dr. Ziad Khatib, Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist from the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Cancer & Blood Disorders Center, discusses the risk factors for pediatric and adult cancers.
Find out whether cancers in children are genetic with pediatric neuro-oncologist Dr. Ziad Khatib.
Find out how common brain tumors are in children with pediatric neuro-oncologist Dr. Ziad Khatib.
Learn about the Head Start 4 Protocol with pediatric neuro-oncologist Dr. Ziad Khatib.
Do you know what a bone marrow transplant is? Dr. Jorge Galvez Silva, pediatric hematologist/oncologist explains.
Learn about Leukemia with Associate Director of the Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Dr. Guillermo De Angulo.
Dr. Jorge Galvez Silva is a pediatric hematologist/oncologist with the Cancer & Blood Disorders Center at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
As part of the Cancer Survivorship Program you will meet with a multidisciplinary team to guide you on your journey.
Kristen Mendez, APRN Discusses the Qualifications for The Cancer Survivorship Program.
Over 80% of children with cancer will be cured. Over 70% of these patients will experience one late effect as a result of therapy they received. Watch Kristen Mendez, APRN discuss the Cancer Survivorship Program at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
Dr. Toba N. Niazi, pediatric neurosurgeon, and Dr. Ziad A. Khatib, pediatric hematologist/oncologist, discuss the second leading cause of cancer in children: brain tumors.